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What is the “Screen Free Week” campaign?

For the year 2014, May 5-11 has been designated as “Screen Free Week.”  During this week, the Campaign for Commercial-Free Childhood encourages parents to actually keep ALL screens off (television, videogames, smart phones and tablets) off for the entire week. 

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