If The National Organization For Women Wrote A 'Fat Albert' Episode, It Might Look Something Like This

Apparently I was too busy watching "Hong Kong Phooey" and "Captain Caveman" to catch this cool 1970s kid-power cartoon series about individuality, tolerance, and identity. The only thing not cool about it is how relevant it still is 40 years later.

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