Cartoon Network’s for-kids by-kids series, Drawn To, is celebrating Pride Month with a two-part vignette highlighting LGBTQ+ families, kids and young activists.

In the vignettes, young people tell the stories of their lives and what makes them proud to be them. The videos feature kids talking from their homes about individuality and inclusivity, building on the series’ goal of promoting inclusion and self-love.

The campaign kicked off on Wednesday, June 10, and continues all month long. Both episodes—“Drawn to … Courage” and “Drawn to … Love”—are airing across Cartoon Network linear and social platforms as well as on YouTube.

As part of Cartoon Network’s Pride Month celebrations, fans can watch curated episodes from select series such as Craig of the Creek, Steven Universe and more on the CN App.

This year marks the 50th anniversary of Pride after the first Pride march was held in New York City on June 28, 1970, one year after the Stonewall Uprising. Pride is celebrated throughout the month of June in cities across the country.

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