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Stop Liquor Ads on NBC

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Swisher Ain't Sweet

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Marlboro Mild

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Breathe Free
"Breathe Free: African Americans & Secondhand Smoke" is a special clean indoor air booklet designed around cultural issues that are part of the African American experience—such as extended families, respect for elders, and rejection of all forms of discrimination. It is the centerpiece for the Breathe Free secondhand smoke campaign of the National Association of African Americans for Positive Imagery, and was developed by The Onyx Group with funding provided by CDC's Office on Smoking & Health. 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!"

In addition to the booklet and PSAs, the Breathe Free campaign also includes a flyer and a series of questions for health care professionals to ask clients regarding exposure of family members—especially children and elders—to secondhand smoke.

Plans are underway to distribute these materials. For more information, e-mail info@naaapi.org or call 215-235-6488.


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1231 N Broad Street, Philadelphia, PA, 19122 P: 215-235-6488 F: 215-235-6491 E: info@naaapi.org