Children's Media Association

Representation in Children’s Media matters both on the page, screen and stage and in the wide variety of careers and roles it takes to develop and share that creative. As makers, thinkers, and innovators, at CMA we believe that by learning and playing together, we strengthen ourselves, our community, and content for kids. Whether you are a one person show or work for a global multichannel entity we believe that you can make a difference.

Here are some steps you can take:

  • Do a Racial Justice Workplace & Organizational Audit (of both those who work directly for you and those you contract for work). The Audit can examine staff dynamics, hiring and management policies, pay equity, decisions about content and any other aspect of your organization’s operations. It can help your surface—and correct—both formal and informal policies or norms in your organization that are discriminatory or present other barriers to…

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