Romper.com notes that it not only celebrates diversity, but explores a bevy of human emotion through meaningful prose paired with stunning photographs.
SheKnows Interview – Long After ‘Sesame Street,’ Sonia Manzano Is Still Teaching Children About Racial Equity
The mission at SheKnows is to empower and inspire women and this interview is both inspiring and fun.
CBS This Morning video segment featuring Sonia’s first TV interview surrounding the launch of A World Together.
This “Chica” interview provides readers with a holistic overview of Sonia’s life and career; ultimately honing in on her mission to teach kids about the importance of respecting and celebrating cultures through her work on Sesame Street, and now, through A World Together.
A WORLD TOGETHER Promotes Unity by Celebrating Cultural and Generational Diversity During an unprecedented time when the world truly must come together as one, Sonia Manzano, “Sesame Street’s” beloved character Maria, offers readers warmth and wit in a timely picture...
The Pasadena Tournament of Roses® is proud to announce the addition of Honored Guests for the 131st Rose Parade®, which includes Sonia as an Honoree.
The R&B group Earth, Wind & Fire, the actress Sally Field, the singer Linda Ronstadt and the conductor Michael Tilson Thomas will receive Kennedy Center Honors in December for their lifetime achievements in the arts, the cultural center announced on Thursday....
Join us for the Dinner and Live Auction at the Gala on May 8 to raise money for the Bronx Children’s Museum.
Commission members will advise on strategic direction to position New York City as a global capital for the Latinx media and entertainment industry.
In this interview, Sonia talks about her fondest memories on Sesame Street.
The Revolution of Evelyn Serrano is the subject of Episode 59 of the Book Club for Kids, with discussion and a celebrity reader.
View the Exclusive Interview by Carmen Alicia Murguía here (PDF).
Sonia was the feature in the March 2017 edition of "Story Monsters Ink". We've included a pdf with the excerpt of her article, which you can download here.
Interesting story and interview from the New York Times from Sept. 2015. “Sesame Street” was “like a reality show without the whining,” says Sonia Manzano, a.k.a. Maria.
On a magical night not too long ago, at a party for the opening of “Somebody Come and Play: 45 Years of Sesame Street,” at the Library for the Performing Arts, I met some of my generation’s heroes