Meet The Creator
'The importance of Bino & Fino can't be overstated'
As a parent and an African cultural educator, the importance of Bino and Fino cannot be overstated. Children in the African Diaspora have a limited selection of programming that positively and accurately reflect them. They don’t see themselves represented well in the general populace which could inadvertently send the message that they are not important enough. Bino and Fino changes that by putting a little boy and little girl front and center in their own adventures. The series also highlights the African culture and helps clear misconception of what “African life” looks like. We use Bino and Fino at the CAKE Village as part of our cultural programming resource and can’t wait for more upcoming episodes. - Lande Sanusi - Founder CAKE
'Bino and Fino has helped us to instill pride in her'
My daughter watches the show and she is always happy to see Bino and Fino. She also learns a lot about African culture, which is important to my family. We want her to be proud of her African heritage and Bino and Fino has helped us to instill pride in her because she sees cartoon characters that she can identify with and that she enjoys watching.