The African American Tobacco Control Leadership Council Supports Raising the Legal Age to Purchase Tobacco Products to 21 Years.

AATCLC Co-Chair, Carol McGruder and Chicago Health Commissioner Dr. Julie Morita explain why raising the age is important to help save the 45,000 Black lives lost every year to tobacco related deaths.

Tell the Tobacco Industry that Black and Brown children are not the replacement smokers for those who have passed on. 

All children deserve public health policies that protect them, including those that live in urban cities. 

The AATCLC is a proud affiliate of  NAATPN, Inc 



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