Parent University | June 2021

Tobacco Imagery in Pop Culture 

This month's virtual Parent University focuses on why youth are more likely to start using a tobacco product because of their daily exposure to tobacco imagery in the media. The presentation will be given by  Cara Zampi, Youth Engagement Coordinator from Capital District Tobacco-Free Communities on June 16 and 30 at 7 p.m. 

During this month's presentations, Zampi will give an overview of her teen program Reality Check and explain the importance of keeping tobacco imagery out movies, TV shows and video games in order to protect the health of our youth.

Recordings of both presentations will be available on this page after they are held live.

Presentation dates

Please use the links within the calendar items below to register for the virtual sessions.

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Additional resources

In addition to the live presentations listed above, the resources below can be accessed at any time.

For more information, contact:

Cara Zampi

Youth Engagement Coordinator Capital District Tobacco-Free Communities

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