On this episode of the Counter Tobacco Podcast, we continue our discussion at how different aspects of people’s lives are used by Big Tobacco and ultimately, how we can stop their influence from further spreading. Today’s episode focuses on African-American Tobacco Use and Industry Targeting.
- The Role of the Media in Promoting and Reducing Tobacco Use
- US Census
- Inequalities in tobacco outlet density by race, ethnicity and socioeconomic status, 2012, USA: results from the ASPiRE Study
- Reducing Disparities in Tobacco Retailer Density by Banning Tobacco Product Sales Near Schools
- CDC: African Americans and Tobacco Use
- Tobacco Free Kids: Tobacco Company Marketing to African Americans
- Why So Many African Americans Smoke Cigarettes
- Tobacco Advertising: African Americans
- Worth More | Struggling Communities | :60 Report l truth
- Uptown Cigs Campaign
Written, edited, and produced by Lindsay Miller
Bonus Episode: Interview with Dr. Phillip Gardiner
For this bonus episode of the podcast, following up on our episode on African-American Tobacco Use and Industry Targeting,” two Counter Tools staff members, Jackie Boards and Rose DeLeon-Foote, had the opportunity to interview Dr. Phillip Gardiner, Co-Chair of the African-American Tobacco Control Leadership Council, while he was in the Triangle, NC for a number of speaking engagements around menthol and tobacco as a social justice issue. Listen below, on SoundCloud, or on iTunes. You can also read a transcript of the interview here.