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Stand Up For Commercial-Free School Buses; Currently In the CCFC Blog; 18 Days To Screen-Free Week!; And don’t forget these essential Screen-Free Week links; Selling Suffocating Sexist Stereotypes; Recommended Reading: Fast Media, Media Fast: How to Clear Your Mind and Invigorate Your Life In an Age of Media Overload by Thomas Cooper; Support CCFC

Disney, Our365, and Maternity Ward Marketing: Let’s Keep the Pressure On; Screen-Free Week: Join the Grassroots Movement to Reduce Screen Time; Endorsements for Screen-Free Week are Pouring In!; Celebrate Screen-Free Week in Style; Recommended Listening: CCFC’s Susan Linn on the Diane Rehm Show; Shape Up, Scholastic!; Upcoming Events: The ACME National Summit – April 7 in Boston; Support CCFC

Go Screen-Free With CCFC!; Shape Up, Scholastic! Lysol Songs in Classrooms?; CCFC's Guide to Commercial-Free Holidays; Send in Your Nominations for CCFC's Annual TOADY Award; Important New Report Chronicles School Commercialism Trends; Recommended Listening: “How Can We Protect Kids From Marketers?” with CCFC’s Susan Linn; Adults & Children Together (ACT) Against Violence Joins CCFC; Support CCFC's Year-End Campaign

Let’s Keep the Pressure on Scholastic: No Corn Syrup Sprees in the Classroom; CCFC Urges FCC to Pull the Plug on Sneaky Skechers Toon; Great Resources for the Holidays; No Junk Food with a Side of Junk Toys in San Francisco; Fast Food Restaurants Ramp Up Kid-Targeted Marketing; Recommended Viewing: Susan Linn Gets Fearless; Call for Proposals: ACME’s National Conference; Support CCFC

CCFC to FCC: New Nick Toon Is Nothing But an Ad; Tune In Tomorrow: Susan Linn on Fearless Q&A; Action Alert: Tell Food Lion to Pull the Plug on Grocery Shelf TVs; Currently in the CCFC Blog; Massachusetts Action Alert: Let's Keep the Boston Common Commercial-Free!; Recommended Reading: "On the Web, Children Face Intensive Tracking"; Support CCFC

Worried About Young Children's Screen Time? Here's What You Can Do; Currently In the CCFC Blog; No More Delays! Tell Federal Agencies to Release Food Marketing Standards; Now Showing on YouTube: Lenore Skenazy's CCFC 2010 Summit Keynote; Meet Kevin Hepner: CCFC's Newest Steering Committee Member; Broad Coalition of Advocates Asks FTC to Update Children's Online Privacy Protection Act; Support CCFC

CCFC's Fiscal-Year-End Campaign: Help Put Us Over the Top; It's Here!  The Brand New CCFC Blog; Addicting Games Update:  The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly; CCFC's Enola G. Aird Launches Mothers for a Human Future; CSPI Threatens to Sue McDonald's Over Happy Meals; Licensed Characters on Food Packaging Affect Kids' Taste Preferences, Snack Selections; The Centre for Child Honouring Launches Children & Nonviolence Initiative; CCFC Appreciation:  Alvin F. Poussaint, M.D.

The Reviews are in: CCFC's 7th Summit a Smash Hit!; Have You Voted Yet? TOADY Polls Close May 10; Santa Clara County Passes Landmark Happy Meal Toy Ban; New Witness for Childhood Website Continues CCFC Summit Conversation; Legislation Policy Brief: Policy and Statutory Responses to Advertising and Marketing in Schools; Television Food Marketing to Children Revisited: The Federal Trade Commission Has the Constitutional and Statutory Authority to Regulate; Quick Hits; Support CCFC

CCFC and Disney: Thank You So Much for the Support; Children, Commercialism, and Environmental Sustainability; CCFC Asks FCC to Help Parents Protect Children; Let’s Move – Will it Move the Food Industry?; New Research: Food Industry Self-Regulations Are Not Working; Truth and Consequences by Susan Linn, Ed.D.; Support CCFC

Lets Keep the Pressure on Nick: No Violent, Sexualized Videogames for Young Children; AAFP Pushes Ahead with Coke Sponsorship; New Report Demonstrates Food Industry Self-Regulation Has Failed—Junk Food Still Extensively Marketed to Children; Send in your nominations for CCFC's 2nd Annual TOADY Awards; Recommended Reading on the Web; Support CCFC's Year-End Campaign

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