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CN Celebrates with ‘Drawn to Dia de Muertos’

The holiday, observed November 1-2, is an important tradition-filled event for families to share memories; graphics for this installment were created by Mexico City-based illustrator Valeria Alvarez.

Cartoon Network is celebrating Dia de Muertos (Day of the Dead), an important Mexican holiday observed November 1-2. The tradition-filled day, which originated in Mexico and Central America, is a time for families to share memories of loved ones.

Drawn to Dia de Muertos highlights siblings Santiago (age 7), Sebastien (age 8) and Sophie (age 10) sharing the importance of this Latino holiday and how they decorate their ofrenda to honor departed loved ones. The episode also features the Imagen Award-nominated Cartoon Network series, Victor and Valentino.

Cartoon Network’s content series Drawn To features inspirational stories from real-life kids having fun and sharing common interests such as spending time with family and helping in their communities. The series seeks to elevate these voices, highlight diverse cultures, and provide a meaningful glimpse at the passions that bring kids together to celebrate unity and connectivity in a sometimes, uncertain world.

Each Drawn To is produced in partnership with local artists to cultivate authentic connections with the topics being discussed. The Drawn to Dia de Muertos graphics were created by Mexico City-based illustrator, Valeria Alvarez. All Drawn To episodes are available on CN, the CN App, and across the network’s social platforms.

Source: Cartoon Network

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