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COVID Big Quit
Smoking can weaken your immune system and put you at higher risk of severe illness or death from COVID-19. You don’t have to quit alone. Join a community of people like you who are making a change for their health. Subscribe to our mailing list or share your journey in the Big Quit Facebook Group to get a free quit wristband.
Cigarillos: Same gun, different bullet
Cigarillo, or little cigar, use among African American young people has increased dramatically although cigarette use has dropped. The tobacco industry is always working to get new addicts, and young African Americans who smoke Black & Milds and Swisher Sweets are their new unsuspecting target. It's important to know that cigarillos and little cigars are still poisonous. Tobacco in any form can kill.
Almost every industry uses GIS to identify and solve problems in the real world. A GIS, or geographic information system, helps to gather, manage and analyze data. With this unique capability, GIS reveals deeper insights into data, such as patterns, relationships and situations— to help you address public health disparities and make programmatic decisions.
Health Justice in Tobacco Control
The Center for Black Health & Equity is proud to have a created this free tool that will help guide you through this fascinating piece of Black History. The Health Justice guide features scientific research and detailed history worth digging into. It also includes in-depth, practical instruction on how to use a community-model to effect policy change.
No Menthol Sunday
Use No Menthol Sunday 2022 to trample the opposition. This toolkit will equip participants with strategies, facts, and talking points to be bold in this final fight against tobacco. Decades of work are now coming to fruition and we must maintain momentum until it is accomplished. Don't be afraid to get in the ring, we've already won.
Power & Immunity -
Information for protecting our bodies & our community.
Developed in partnership with The Center for Black Health & Equity, this guide not only provides up-to-date, public health information, we also explore the contributions of Black scientists and public health advocates who are helping to bring this pandemic to an end.
The Menthol Issue
We fight against the marketing and sale of deadly tobacco products to African Americans. The tobacco industry saturates Black neighborhoods with menthol ads and discounts. They buy off Black elected officials and even Black culture --all to promote their deadly products. Citizens and public health advocates must stand against this kind of predatory marketing.
Transforming the Narrative
The goal of this toolkit is to offer insight from project partners that built and amplified transformative narratives in their communities, as well as resources that will help you build sustainable, cross-sector relationships, and grassroots power that help us all achieve health equity.
Truth Check Your Timeline
Black communities are constantly flooded with misinformation on social media in the form of hoaxes, false claims, and flat-out lies. With the simple click of a button — a like, a share, a comment — fake and harmful info in your newsfeed can spread out of control. The Truth Check Training gives you the skills you need to spot false and fraudulent information. Protect your social media timeline from fake news.