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Great Resources to Unplug and Play!; Your Baby Still Can't Read; We're Hiring!; CCFC Supports Rhode Island Bill to Ban Junk Food Marketing in Schools; Scree-Free Week is Just Five Weeks Away; School Bus Advertising Doesn't Pay; Recommended Reading

CCFC to NFL: Stop Marketing Fantasy Football to Young Kids; Get Ready to Celebrate Screen-Free Week May 2 - 8; We’re Hiring!; Summer Media Institute July 5 - 8 at Wheelock College, Boston; CCFC at Upcoming Conferences; Advocates Call on Alcohol Industry to Stop Advertising to Kids; How to Start Your Own Toy Library; Washington State Senate Approves Media Literacy Bill; Recommended Reading....

CCFC and Other Advocates to FCC: Protect Broadband Users’ Data; Student Privacy Twitter Chat; Chevrolet Using Violent Video Game to Sell Kids and Grownups on SUVs; Electronic Toys for Babies Should Be Discouraged, Concludes New Study; Global School Play Day is February 3rd; New Online Community “Beyond the Screens: Technology's Impact on Kids”; Save the Date for Screen-Free Week: May 2-8, 2016; Recommended...

Hello Barbie Takes Home the TOADY; Wi-Fi Enabled Toys Raise Major Privacy Concerns; All Year-End Gifts Matched!; The Garden State Gets It; FTC Complaint Filed Against Google for Student Privacy Violations; Teacher Expresses iPad Remorse; Recommended Reading

CCFC to FTC: Stop the Junk Food and Other Unfair Ads on YouTube Kids; 8 Reasons to Leave Hello Barbie on the Shelf; It’s TOADY Time: Vote for the Worst Toy of 2015; CCFC Welcomes Ana Lucia Villela to the Board of Directors; Our Guide to Commercial-Free Holidays; TRUCE 2015-2016 Toy Guide; Ontario School District says “No thanks, TD Bank!”; Recommended Reading & Listening

Let's Stop McTeacher's Nights; McDonald's Infomercial Invades Schools; Children's Clinic Renamed with Krispy Kreme Brand; AYSO/Fox Sports Deal Turns Youth Soccer Players into Billboards; Nominate Your Pick for Worst Toy of the Year; CCFC Welcomes New Program Coordinator Melissa Campbell (Who Has a Few Things to Say About Barbie); Book Review: Sold Out: How Marketing in School Threatens Children's Well-Being and Undermines Their Education; Recommended Reading & Viewing

Study Finds Computers in Classrooms Don’t Improve Student Performance; Back-to-School Resource: Facing the Screen Dilemma; CCFC Welcomes New Campaign Manager, David Monahan; Out of Bounds: The NFL’s Intensive Campaign to Target Children; New Film The Illusionists Takes on the Globalization of Beauty; Book Review: Reset Your Child’s Brain by Dr. Victoria L. Dunckley; Recommended Reading

Stand Up for Student Privacy; Thanks to Activists, Target Stops Labeling Toys as for Either Girls or Boys; (Re)Introducing Shara Drew; Raising Humans, Not Consumers: A New Action Kit From New Dream; Book Review: The Opposite of Spoiled: Raising Kids Who Are Grounded, Generous, and Smart About Money; Recommended Reading, Viewing, and Listening

Honoring Susan Linn; Josh Golin: CCFC’s New Executive Director!; So Close: Help us make a big leap forward; Angela Campbell & Angelica Velazquez Join the CCFC Board; Senator Nelson Grills Google Over YouTube Kids; Recommended Reading and Listening

May 27th Tweet Storm: End Eavesdropping Barbie; A Salute to Susan Linn: Celebrating a Commercial-Free Visionary; Stop the Unfair Ads on YouTube Kids; The Best Week of the Year; Recommended Reading and Viewing

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