This animation was made by Sally Mo, a student at Brooklyn Technical High School about tobacco proliferation in the Bensonhurst neighborhood of Brooklyn in NYC. See more videos about tobacco proliferation made by high school students working with NYC Smoke Free here: http://nycsmokefree.org/article/students-deploy-digital-art-expose-big-tobacco
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This animation was made by Jackie Shi, a student at Queens High School for the Sciences at York College about tobacco proliferation in the Bayside neighborhood of Brooklyn in NYC. See more videos about tobacco proliferation made by high school students working with NYC Smoke Free here: http://nycsmokefree.org/article/students-deploy-digital-art-expose-big-tobacco
This animation was made by Ronnica Baptiste, a student at Science Technology and Research Early College High School at Erasmus about tobacco proliferation in the Carnarsie neighborhood of Brooklyn in NYC.
Our kids should grow up without tobacco in their faces. In New York State, tobacco companies spend more than a half a million dollars every day to place promotions in stores where kids can see them. And the more they see, the more likely they are to start smoking.
“The poorer the people, the cheaper the poison.” Dr. Phillip Gardiner P.H. This short-form documentary explores the health and community effects of the consumption of flavored small cigars and cigarillos in South Central, Los Angeles. Extremely cheap, accessible and appealing to mass audiences, flavored small cigars and cigarillos have become the tobacco of choice for … Read More
In Klamath Falls, Oregon, Vanessa Serrato, owner of Mexico Video Market, is committed to maintaining a smokefree business. She is one of many Oregonians seeking a healthier community and, by refusing to sell tobacco products, she can protect children from the dangers of smoking and assure customers that her small business will not sell harmful … Read More
Clearway Minnesota and Breathe Free North gives you the low-down on menthol cigarettes, why they’re a problem, and how the tobacco industry has targeted the African American community with these product.
Teens react to old cigarette commercials and discuss smoking. Old, New, and in the Future. We talk about Vaping, Cigarettes, Ads, and more!
In communities across Vermont, the tobacco industry continues to recruit Vermont’s kids as replacement smokers. These store owners are taking a stand to reduce tobacco’s influence in their stores and talk about why it’s important for their community.
Sporting super-sized ID-cards that spell out the reality of young adult access to tobacco products in urban communities of color, students from the Community Health Advocates School (CHAS) at August Hawkins High School take to the streets of South Central LA and to the hallways of high school to bust this tobacco-related myth: It’s hard … Read More