In 1904 this cigarette factory at 309-11 West 120th Street in Harlem were made the superior high quality cigarettes made from expensive imported Turkish tobacco. Continue reading
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The NAACP is lobbying the FDA to ban menthol cigarettes, of which Newport is the most popular brand.
Newport cigarettes are popular in many African American communities. 80% of African American smokers favor mentholated cigarettes vs, 22% of whites. Continue reading
New York City wants to take its tough smoking ban outdoors. Mayor Michael Bloomberg and other officials announced Wednesday that they will pursue a broad extension of the city’s smoking ban to parks, beaches, marinas, boardwalks and pedestrian plazas throughout the city. Continue reading
We recieved this e-mail from a Giselle and thought you might be interested in some tactics of coal “cool” media:
The coal industry just launched a new campaign to make coal “cool.” And it looks remarkably like a spin tactic used by the tobacco industry years ago. Check out our new feature that highlights their new approach — and learn the reality behind their spin right here: This is reality!
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