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PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENTS

Here are five 30-second, announcer-read, radio public service announcements (PSAs) that are available for use on local radio stations. They were developed by The Onyx Group for the National Association of African Americans for Positive Imagery (NAAAPI) with funding from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

If you are interested in using any of these PSAs, please let us know by sending us an e-mail with your name, your organization, and full contact information to info@naaapi.org. Let's all work together so that our children can breathe free.


Breathe Free #1 – Chemicals

There are more than 4,000 different chemicals in cigarette smoke. And dozens of those chemicals are known to cause cancer. Is that what our children should be breathing? Please! Don’t ever expose children to cigarette smoke. Let’s give our children the chance to breathe.

A message from the National Association of African Americans for Positive Imagery and this station.


Breathe Free #2 – Asthma

Every day, asthma attacks in children are triggered by exposure to secondhand smoke from cigarettes. And asthma can kill. So please, don’t smoke. And never expose children to the poisons in cigarette smoke. Let’s give our children the chance to breathe free.

A message from the National Association of African Americans for Positive Imagery and this station.


Breathe Free #3 – Lingering Smoke

Cigarette smoke is a killer! Cigarette smoke sometimes lingers in a room for weeks causing serious illnesses in children. So, the next time you’re ready to light up a cigarette, DON’T! Your children are depending on you. Give them a chance to breathe free.

A message from the National Association of African Americans for Positive Imagery and this station.


Breathe Free #4 – Poisons

When children breathe in cigarette smoke, they are breathing poisons that can cause asthma, ear infections and even cancer later in life. Don’t expose children to cigarette smoke. Give them a chance to breathe free.

A message from the National Association of African Americans for Positive Imagery and this station.


Breathe Free #5 – Fire Safety

Smoke can kill in 2 ways – quickly, in a house fire, or slowly, from secondhand smoke. Thousands of children are harmed each year by smoke inhalation. So, never, smoke inside and never allow a cigarette to just burn. Let’s give our children a chance to breathe free.

A message from the National Association of African Americans for Positive Imagery and this station.


Join the Smokefree Air Campaign.
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
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