Dr. Jill Biden will appear on “Sesame Street” to help military families discuss kindness, fairness, and race with their kids.

Biden will appear alongside the turquoise muppet Rosita, who is a bilingual Mexican-American from a military family. With the exception of Melania Trump, every first lady since Barbara Bush has appeared on “Sesame Street.”

In a new clip of the conversation, Rosita tells Biden she is working on a project to celebrate how her military family makes her unique and gushes about becoming an “upstander.”

“And there’s another thing I am very proud of, Dr. Biden, actually I just learned it, that I am an upstander. That means I use kind words and actions to stand up for myself and my friends,” Rosita revealed.

Biden’s appearance will be a part of a new collection launched by the Sesame Workshop, which is a nonprofit organization geared toward providing resources to help veterans and military families build race literacy.

“Military and veteran families practice service in everything they do, and they live their lives with purpose – values that help them confront injustices like racism,” Dr. Jeanette Betancourt, the senior vice president for U.S. Social Impact at Sesame Workshop, said in a statement

“In a military kid’s world, it’s common to see people of all races and backgrounds living, working, and playing together. Military parents and caregivers can help their children become good citizens of the world by using that unique opportunity to talk openly about racism and celebrate who they are inside and out.”

The new Coming Together initiative presents families with the opportunity to talk openly about race and celebrate everything about themselves.

The initiative also offers a variety of resources, including printable activities, articles for adults, professional development materials, and more.

The children’s educational television show is well versed in providing resources to military families. “Sesame Street for Military Families” will celebrate its 15th anniversary in September.

Jill Biden SCRANTON, PA - OCTOBER 12: Dr. Jill Biden listens in at a rally in support of Democratic presidential nomineee U.S. Sen. Barack Obama (D-IL)October 12, 2008 in Scranton, Pennsylvania. Photo: Jeff Fusco/Getty Images