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NEW CLEAN INDOOR AIR BOOKLET
AVAILABLE FOR THE AFRICAN AMERICAN COMMUNITY

The "Let's Help Our Children Breathe Free" booklet is available now for partnership opportunities. Developed by the National Association of African Americans for Positive Imagery (NAAAPI) as the centerpiece of its Smokefree Air Campaign, the booklet addresses secondhand smoke issues in the Black community. NAAAPI is asking local and state organizations that provide health and social services to African Americans to join in this important nationwide campaign to decrease exposure to secondhand smoke in Black communities, with a focus on African American children.

The Breathe Free booklet is a companion piece to nine announcer-read radio public service announcements that use the tagline: "Let's give our children the chance to breathe free!"

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Funding for the creation of the Breathe Free booklet was provided by the Office on Smoking & Health, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, an agency of the United States Department of Health and Human Services, and the American Legacy Foundation.
Written & Edited by Charyn D. Sutton ~ Designed by Chaplin Graphiks ~ Ilustrations by Cal Massey
Contributing Photography by Gregory Mancuso & the Office on Smoking & Health-CDC
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