Counter Tobacco Podcast Episode 17: ‘Authentic Voices’ – An Interview with Shaun Pryor

Advertising Restictions, Cigarettes, Disparities, E-Cigarettes, Flavors (including Menthol), Personal Narrative, Podcast, Smokeless Tobacco and SNUS, Stores Near Schools, Tobacco21, Youth

This episode is the first in what we hope will be a new series called, ‘Authentic Voices’, where we speak with individuals in communities across the US to hear how their lived experiences and interactions in the retail environment impacted their journey with tobacco. In this episode, we speak with Shaun Pryor, a Chicago-native and … Read More

Counter Tobacco Podcast Episode 9 – Tobacco and America: Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow

E-Cigarettes, Licensing, Personal Narrative, Podcast, Preemption, Tobacco21, Youth

In this episode, we talk with Jake Wilson, a junior and statistics major at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, who has been taking a service-learning course titled “Tobacco and America,” which “examines the complex significances of tobacco—a plant of great local importance to North Carolina—by placing it in a variety of historical, … Read More

Queens – Bayside Tobacco Proliferation by Jackie

Personal Narrative, Retailer Density, Stores Near Schools, Youth

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:

Truth About Flavor – The Documentary

Disparities, Personal Narrative, Product Availability, Retailer Density, Youth

“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 is a project of Counter Tools. Counter Tools (logo)