In the spirit of encouraging racial understanding and human diversity, this anthology series presents a variety of segments along those themes. Through documentaries, continuing dramatic series like "Outerscope One," comedy spots like The Great Job Hunt and animated illustrations of various folktales, the breadth of human society is explored. Written by
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I loved "Vegetable Soup." I remember a great story on this show called "Chi Chi Hoo Hoo Boogeyman," a short film that was cut into segments and broadcast across three shows. It took place on an Indian reservation and involved three young Native American girls who take a canoe ride and encounter a deaf, flannel-wearing man living in the woods. They think he's the "Chi Chi Hoo Hoo Boogeyman" that they heard a ghost story about. They eventually find out he's just a deaf guy and invite him to dinner, learning lessons about tolerance and accepting differences. It was REALLY badly acted and amateurishly directed and edited, but I loved it as a kid. I taped it on a beta tape and made all my friends watch it.
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