Earlier this month, YouTube Originals Kids & Family released the first episodes of the animated series Super Sema. Written by four-time BAFTA Award winner Claudia Lloyd, and directed by Lynne Southerland -- Disney's first female African-American director (Mulan II ) -- Super Sema follows Sema (above) and her brother MB as they continually save their village from its "heartless artificially intelligent ruler, Tobor." And what's Sema's special power? Technovating, whatever that is. Sema is "fueled by STEAM" (science, technology, engineering, art and math) and is the apple of many eyes, specifically YouTube itself and the all-female Nairobi-based entertainment company that created the show, Kukua.
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