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This is what screen-free looks like; Our new resource to protect student privacy; Keep corporate cameras out of cribs; Device use in young children can cause language delays; Facebook caught tracking the moods of vulnerable teens; Recommended reading and viewing

Five resources and tips for the best Screen-Free Week ever; Los Angeles school board votes to #StopMcTeachersNights; The commercialization of childhood is hurting our planet; Kids tell kids: “marketers are lying to you!”; Recommended reading and viewing

Screen-Free Week is just one month away!; Two big wins for kids; EarthEd: Rethinking Education on a Changing Planet; Coming soon: CCFC’s newest screen time initiative; New Play and Toy Guide from TRUCE!; Irish campaign shines a light on junk food marketing; Recommended Reading

German authorities tell parents to destroy spying My Friend Cayla doll; Become a Screen-Free Week Endorser; CCFC Supports Maryland Legislation Protecting Kids; Being techwise with infants and toddlers; All kid-targeted food marketing is harmful; CCFC Board member Angela Campbell on protecting kids from marketing in the digital age; Playing It Up: With Loose Parts, Playpods, and Adventure Playgrounds; Recommended Reading; Support CCFC

Put Screen-Free Week on your spring calendar; CCFC members help put the kibosh on Michigan school billboards; Despite public opposition, National Park Service approves commercialism in parks; Three big retailers have pulled spying doll from shelves; Thank you to our donors!; Film review: The Beginning of Life; Increased gun violence in PG-13 films linked to superheroes

Toys”R”Us stops selling spying doll: Help CCFC build a stronger future for children; And the TOADY goes to…; Keeping digital billboards off school grounds; Pokemon GO lures kids to Starbucks for super sweet drinks; CCFC joins Stop Marketing to Kids Coalition; Recommended reading and listening

Time to crown the TOADY: Vote for the Worst Toy of 2016; "Why I Support CCFC" – A donor speaks; Screen-Free Week meets Children’s Book Week; Simplify the holidays with resources from New Dream; Two holiday shopping blogs for screen-conscious families; Fighting digital billboards in LA and Michigan schools

CCFC to Federal Trade Commission: Stop “influencer” marketing targeting kids on YouTube; AAP sets new limits for childhood screen time; New coalition urges National Park Service to say NO to alcohol partnerships; Canadian bill moves to ban kid-targeted food marketing; Recommended reading

LA Teachers Union says #StopMcTeachersNights; CCFC investigates: Public comments say NO to ads in National Parks; Preserving time for play; CCFC welcomes our first Development and Communications Director; Book review: Powered by Girl; The future of "kid food"; Parenting with screen limits; Nominate your pick for Worst Toy of the Year; Recommended reading

Speaking up for our national parks; Panera’s Kids Meal Promise; A mom asks Stonyfield: why can’t yogurt just be yogurt?; TRUCE reminds us that books can spark play; A new challenge to classroom screen time; Recommended reading and listening.

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