Peggy Charren

Children's TV Activist Dies At 86

Biography :The Associated Press BOSTON (AP) — Peggy Charren, The Founder Of Action For Children's Television Who Waged A Decades-long Fight To Improve The Quality Of Children's Programming, Has Died. She Was 86. Charren, Who Had Vascular Dementia, Died Thursday At A Nursing Home In Dedham, According To Sugarman-Sinai Memorial Chapel In Providence, Rhode Island. Charren Founded Action For Children's Television In 1968 Because She Was So Frustrated By The Poor Quality Of Programming —
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