KIDMAP - Issue #50

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Our latest podcast is up. Amy Kraft and Kabir Seth chat with Lisa Radcliffe from PunkinFutz, a social
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KIDMAP

April 30 - Issue #50 - View online
Kids' Inclusive and Diverse Media Action Project

Our latest podcast is up. Amy Kraft and Kabir Seth chat with Lisa Radcliffe from PunkinFutz, a social venture company building products to meet physical and emotional needs.

Lack of Diversity in Neighborhoods Could Impact Kids' Attitudes
How We Got 10 Million Teens to Read Fiction on Their Phones
Becky, Barbie's friend who uses a wheelchair, was discontinued.
Sesame Street Hits the Mark with Autistic Character. Now We Just Need More
KIDMAP, the Kids’ Inclusive and Diverse Media Action Project is a grassroots coalition made up of researchers, producers, educators and parents. We support the creation of more diverse and inclusive children’s media through research, best practices, and collaboration. We are committed to putting all kids on the digital media map. Join us at www.joinkidmap.org 
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