On February 18, 2021, we gathered to discuss and share resources about Black History Month and how you use them to craft Children's media. The conversation was led by the amazing Ed Greene, who graciously donated his time in memory of Erica Branch-Ridley. Ed has been a CMA member since 2014. His passion and focus … Continue reading Black History Month: CMA Connect
Get an inside look into CMA’s Inaugural Mentorship Program and some tips for making the most of your own mentorship experiences!
Taking Action in the Children's Media Industry BLACK LIVES MATTER Black stories matter. Black characters matter. Black voices matter. Black writers, creators, producers, educators, artists, and executives matter. Black children matter. As thinkers, makers, and distributors of kids’ content, we influence the lives of children and families. That position of influence carries an enormous responsibility. … Continue reading Black Lives Matter
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 … Continue reading Diverse Talent and Professionals in Media
As makers, thinkers, and innovators, at CMA we believe that by learning and playing together, we strengthen ourselves, our community, and content for kids. Conversation, communication, and dialog is key to this, and we encourage our members to speak out against racism and promote understanding. These resources can be a starting place for our community … Continue reading Resources About Racism and Bias for the Children’s Media Community