Health is a human right. Tobacco violates that right. Taking back our neighborhoods from tobacco protects the rights of every member of our community.
America's human rights commitment is a powerful tool in the fight against tobacco. Join us for "International Tools for Local Change: Convention on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination and Menthol" to learn how to add longstanding human rights policy to your tobacco-fighting toolbox!
Action on Smoking & Health (ASH) and African American Tobacco Control Leadership Council (AATCLC) invite local tobacco control activists and allies to learn strategies to boost local tobacco control work by leveraging America's human rights commitments.
Human rights and tobacco control experts share human rights insight and strategies that work for local tobacco control initiatives to:
○ supercharge advocacy among lawmakers
○ inspire communities to fight tobacco as a human rights violation
○ add a powerful new, interconnected dimension to the vital work of taking on tobacco in local communities