DIA Newsletter: Equal learning with unequal access, Dora Lessons, LGBTQ in Children's media

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July 24 · Issue #26 · View online
Kids' Inclusive and Diverse Media Action Project

       Shining a spotlight on the best diversity-related news of the week

The podcast this week talks about LGBT representation in children’s media and the question of why nearly all animal cartoon characters are male plus Erica Branch-Ridley from HITN joins us to talk about their fifteen new apps aimed at preschoolers!
From Nickelodeon to Disney: children's TV leads the way for LGBT characters
How Teachers Can Provide Equal Learning in a World of Unequal Access | EdSurge News
Of Mice and Minions: Why Are All the Cartoon Animals Male?
New technology helps create sensory experiences for children with autism | Michigan Radio
Joan Ganz Cooney Center - Lessons from Dora the Explorer
Diversity in Apps is a grassroots coalition made up of researchers, producers, educators and parents.
Our mission is to raise awareness and engage in research about the need for inclusive, equitable, and diverse children’s media.
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