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PBS and Chick-fil-A: Let’s Keep the Pressure On; CCFC to Mike Lupica: No Sneaky Ads in Children’s Books; Screen-Free Week: Wasn’t It Great?; A New Low for the Lowest of the Low; Used iPads Wanted; Commercialized Wound Care for the Very Young—and Creepy Marketer Quote of the Month; Book Review: Playborhood: Turn Your Neighborhood into a Place for Play; Support CCFC

A Screen-Free Week Sampler; 101 Screen-Free Activities; Signing Off Social Media; CCFC’s Guide to Screen-Free Showers; Screen-Free Week is Big News; CCFC is Going Screen-Free

Only One Month Until Screen-Free Week: April 30 – May 6; Reducing Children’s Screen Time: Organizational Policy and Practice Change; School Bus Ads: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly; NAEYC’s Position Statement on Technology and Young Children; Protect Kids’ Privacy; Recommended Reading and Listening; Support CCFC

Save the Lorax!; Help Us Stop Advertising on School Buses; New Report: Schools Make Chump Change From Marketing to Students; Celebrate Screen-Free Week April 30-May 6; Keep Marketers from Stalking Kids Online; The Pressure Mounts on Channel One; Boston Magazine Profiles CCFC's Susan Linn; Recommended Reading and Viewing; Support CCFC

Get Ready for Screen-Free Week! April 30 – May 6; Thanks for Helping Us Meet Our Fundraising Goal; Take Action to Stop School Bus Ads; Save the Date! 8th Consuming Kids Summit: September 27-29; Massachusetts Media Literacy Bill Picks Up Steam; Alcohol Ads Banned from Boston Trains and Buses!; Recommended Reading; Protecting Children from Predatory Online Marketing

Protecting Children Online; CCFC Files FTC Complaint Against Webkinz.com; Support CCFC's Year-End Campaign; Vinci Touchscreen Mobile Learning Tablet Takes Home the TOADY; Recommended Viewing: The High Price of Materialism; CCFC's Nagging Nine and Tips for Surviving the Holidays; Instituto Alana Takes on McDonald's, Mattel; Recommended Reading (and Listening)

Who Will Win the Dreaded TOADY? Vote Now for the Worst Toy of the Year!; CCFC in the News; Pizza is a Vegetable?; Screen-Free Childcare Providers: Tell Your Story; Recommended Viewing: The Truth About New Bauducco Snacks; CCFC's Guide to Commercial-Free Holidays; In the CCFC Blog; Support CCFC

School's Out For Channel One: Tell Kmart to Stop Stealing Class Time; Tell Big Food CEOs: Stop Sabotaging Guidelines That Protect Children's Health; Currently in the CCFC Blog; New Study Finds Links Between Commercial Characters and Nagging; Book Review: Childhood Under Seige by Joel Bakan

Michelle Obama Calls for Limits on Screen Time in Childcare Settings; Jack in the Box Takes Toys off the Menu; Jack in the Box Takes Toys off the Menu; More Than 55,000 Strong, We’re Telling Scholastic: Stop Promoting Corporate PR in Classrooms; Webkinz Pulls Ad In Response to CCFC Concerns; Stop Channel One: Looking for Teachers and Parents to Help; Support CCFC: 7 Days to Raise 7K for a $25,000 Match!

Do All Preschools Need Screens?; Parents, Teachers, Environmental Groups Urge Scholastic to Shelve InSchool Marketing; Scholastic Pulls Coal Industry-Funded Curriculum; Preserving Commercial-Free School Buses: What You Can Do; Upcoming Events - Media Madness: The Impact of Sex, Violence, & Commercial Culture on Adults, Children, and Society; Support CCFC

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