|The Communities of Color Network will extend its 'Conversation with Communities of Color Network...Tobacco and You' Facebook Live Series until December.|
Baton Rouge, La. – The Southern University Ag Center’s Communities of Color Network will continue its Facebook Live Series, ‘Conversation with Communities of Color Network…Tobacco and You.’
The goal of the series is to explain the effects of tobacco use on the body as well as provide tips to help individuals kick the habit. The live streams will be broadcasted on the Southern University Ag Center’s Facebook page at 11 a.m. on the following dates:
· Oct. 13 Are Toes Really Necessary?
· Oct. 15 Beauty Mark! Smoking Is Not That Pretty!
· Oct. 20 Cost of Tobacco!
· Oct. 22 Recovery, It Can Happen!
· Oct. 27 Don’t Trash Your Smile!
· Oct. 29 Recipe for a Cigarette!
· Nov. 3 How Your Tobacco Use Impacts Those Around Them!
· Nov. 5 Trust, What?
· Nov. 10 Fire in Your Bones!
· Nov. 12 Black Lungs Matter!
· Nov. 17 Components Added to Tobacco!
· Nov. 19 But, There’s No Smoke!
· Nov. 24 Coughing and Don’t Have a Cold!
· Dec. 1 Types of Tobacco Products
· Dec. 3 We Have Come a Long Way, But Still Have Far to Go!
· Dec. 8 How Do I Stop the Cravings?
· Dec. 10 How Do you Like Your Air?
· Dec. 15 Too High to Smoke!
The Communities of Color Network provides support and technical assistance to African-American communities to ensure they are well-informed about the dangers of tobacco, and understand how to protect themselves from unhealthy exposure.
Its mission is to eliminate health inequalities caused by or related to tobacco use among Louisiana communities of color by building coalitions, increasing awareness of the dangers of tobacco, and reducing tobacco consumption and secondhand smoke exposure.
For additional information about the Communities of Color Network or to find a representative in a region near you, email firstname.lastname@example.org.