DIA Newsletter: Rebecca Sugar on writing LGBTQ for kids, History of Peanuts black character, Kubo

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September 11 - Issue #33

KIDMAP

Kids' Inclusive and Diverse Media Action Project

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

Rebecca Sugar, Cartoon Network's first female creator, on writing LGBTQ stories for kids
Why Charles M. Schulz Gave Peanuts A Black Character (1968) |
'Kubo and the Two Strings' Director Defends Non-Asian Cast: Inclusion Matters, But Don't Reduce Diversity to a Hashtag
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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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