No Menthol Sunday 2021 Toolkit

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The Center for Black Health & Equity’s No Menthol Sunday is our annual opportunity for
faith communities to address the detrimental impact tobacco is having on African American
communities. Each year, we encourage faith leaders to dedicate this day to educating
congregants about smoking, vaping and the role of flavored tobacco products -- especially
menthol.

Access the No Menthol Sunday 2021 Toolkit

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