Hispanic Heritage Month kicks off today (Sept. 15-Oct. 15) and Cartoon Network is commemorating the occasion with an expansion of its Drawn To series.

Drawn To is a YouTube series that’s all about equality and individuality from kids’ perspectives. The fourth installment will highlight youth activists and everyday kids across three short-form episodes as they share what they love about their Hispanic and Latin communities through arts, food, and language. The kids will also share their views on family, tradition, social activism, community service, and environmental protection, encouraging kids at home to get involved in important issues.

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The month-long campaign will begin with the “Family” episode, followed by “Action” and “Storytelling.” The episodes will roll out on Cartoon Network’s YouTube, Instagram, and Twitter.

The Drawn To series previously honored Asian Pacific American Heritage Month in May.

Check out the “Family” episode below!