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  • Title: Essential Action: Taking on the Tobacco Industry Across Borders
    Descriptive info: .. Essential Action: Taking on the Tobacco Industry Across Borders.. Campaigns and actions:.. Take Action: Argentinean Bands: End Partnership with Philip Morris!.. June 2010.. Globally, Tobacco Products Kill Every 6 Seconds: Philip Morris, It's Time to Stop the Killing!.. May 12, 2010.. Take Action: Exclude Philip Morris from Meetings w/ Thai Officials!.. April 21, 2010.. International Day of Action to Counter Philip Morris International's Global Expansion.. May 5.. 2009.. Youth Activists from around the Country Demonstrate at Reynolds American Shareholders Meeting.. May 2008.. Call to Governments Worldwide to Ensure that Spinoff of Philip Morris International Does Not Worsen Global Tobacco Pandemic.. January 2008.. Youth Quarantine Altria/Philip Morris..  ...   of State Condoleeza Rice re: Doggett Amendment Compliance in Thailand.. -.. tif version.. December 2006.. George Benson: Don't Spread Tobacco Addiction in Indonesia!.. U.. Youth Delegation to India.. November 2006.. Intl Sign-on Letter to WHO Exec Board re: Julio Frenk.. Statement on WHO DG Candidate Julio Frenk.. October 2006.. 1st Tobacco Industry Academy Awards.. July 2006.. : Stop Exporting Death! March to MPAA, USTR, White House.. Youth Advocacy Events Around the 2006 Altria Shareholder Meeting.. April 2006.. More links:.. Global Youth Action on.. Tobacco Network.. Archives: Global Partnerships for.. Tobacco Control Program.. Tobacco Trade.. Licensed to Kill, Inc.. Contact:.. Email: tobacco (at) essential.. org Tel: +1 202-413-9656 (Coordinator)..

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  • Title: Thailand/U.S.-ASEAN Business Council: Exclude Philip Morris from Meetings with Thai Officials!
    Descriptive info: Exclude Philip Morris from Meetings with Thai Officials!.. Campaign sponsored by:.. Essential Action.. ,.. Corporate Accountability International.. Thailand Health Promotion Institute.. OVERVIEW:.. The U.. -ASEAN Business Council, of which Philip Morris International is a member, is planning a visit to Thailand in June.. It has asked, through the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, to meet Thailand's Prime Minister and several ministers, including the public health minister.. Thai tobacco control advocates are concerned about PMI's  ...   Framework Convention on Tobacco Control.. TAKE ACTION!.. Sign the global petition to Thailand's Ambassador to the U.. and the U.. -ASEAN Business Council's President.. Your letter will also be cc'd to appropriate Thai government officials and U.. -ASEAN Business Council employees.. FOR MORE INFORMATION:.. -ASEAN Business Council requesting meetings with Thai officials.. (note: the meeting was originally scheduled for March, but has been postponed to June).. Article 5.. 3 Guidelines.. -ASEAN Business Council..

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  • Title: Waxman-Doggett Letter to U.S. Secretary of State Condoleeza Rice re: Doggette Amendment Compliance in Thailand
    Descriptive info: December 5, 2006.. The Honorable Condoleeza Rice.. Secretary of State.. Department of State.. 2201 C St.. , NW.. Washington, D.. C.. 20520.. Re: Doggett Amendment Compliance.. Dear Secretary Rice,.. As you know, the Doggett Amendment prohibits key government agencies from promoting the sale of tobacco products overseas, or working to reduce other countries' non-discriminatory tobacco control regulations.. (1).. In this context, we write to inquire about reports that the U.. Ambassador to Thailand, Ralph Boyce, in August 2006 coordinated a meeting of U.. industry representatives, including Philip Morris representatives, with the Thai Health Minister.. The reported purpose of the meeting was protest existing advertising restrictions on cigarettes.. According to Thai media accounts, the tobacco industry representatives demanded that cigarettes not be subjected to more severe advertising restrictions than other forms  ...   messages were communicated by Ambassador Boyce and tobacco industry attendees about public health-based advertising restrictions.. We request as well that you provide us with your understanding of whether this meeting complied with the Doggett Amendment.. We also request that you inform us of any other meetings with foreign governments that U.. government representatives have attended over the last six years in conjunction with tobacco industry representatives.. We would appreciate receiving your response by January 30, 2007.. If you have any questions, please contact Rep.. Doggett's office at 202-225-4865.. Sincerely,.. Henry Waxman, Ranking Member Lloyd Doggett, Member.. Committee on Government Reform Committee on Ways and Means.. (1) Science, State, Justice, Commerce, and Related Agencies Appropriations Act, 2006, Section 610.. (2) Arthit Khwankhom, Tobacco giants meet Pinij, The Nation (Thailand), August 25, 2006..

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  • Title: George Benson: Don't Spread Tobacco Addiction in Indonesia!
    Descriptive info: George Benson:.. Don't Spread Tobacco Addiction in Indonesia!.. George Benson.. is scheduled to perform at the Gran Melia Jakarta in Indonesia on December 4, 2006.. The concert is being sponsored by the tobacco industry, Djarum Super Mezzo (a clove cigarette brand).. Tobacco currently kills 5 million people worldwide annually, a death toll that the World Health Organization projects will double to 10 million by 2025 -- the equivalent of 95 jet planes crashing each and every day of the year.. 70% of these deaths will be in developing countries.. In Indonesia, the percentage of young people (aged 15-19) who smoke has doubled in the last ten years, from 7.. 1% in 1995 to 17.. 3% in 2004.. Smoking rates among Indonesian women, while low, have also doubled during this time frame, from  ...   and their colleagues around the world strongly encourage George Benson to take the following measures to mitigate the damage of his good name and music being used to spread tobacco addiction in Indonesia:.. 1) Request that the tobacco company sponsorship of the Indonesian concert be dropped.. If not, pull out of the concert.. 2) Pledge not to be sponsored by the tobacco industry in the future, e.. g.. in the form of a public statement.. 3) Take the necessary measures to ensure that his name is not associated with a tobacco company or brand in the future.. TAKE ACTION!.. Click here.. to send an email to George Benson (via his international agents)!.. Letter campaign sponsored by: Indonesian Civil Society Network Against Tobacco,.. GYAT Network.. Global Partnerships for Tobacco Control.. Source: Indonesian National Survey..

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  • Title: International Sign-on Letter to WHO Executive Board re: Julio Frenk
    Descriptive info: Dear Executive Board Member,.. We are writing to express our opposition to the Director-General candidacy of Dr.. Julio Frenk, and to encourage you not to lend your support to him.. There are many enormous public health challenges confronting the world.. Among the most serious is the toll of death and disease exacted by cigarette smoking.. We are concerned that Dr.. Frenk, in his capacity as Mexican Minister of Health, entered into a negotiation with the multinational tobacco industry.. The result was an agreement by which the industry made a modest financial contribution to a health insurance fund.. But the deal made the health ministry an effective partner with the tobacco industry, gave the industry a public relations boost and political cover to deter future regulation, and by its terms directly undermined the government's ability to enact effective tobacco control measures.. Every candidate for Director General has indicated the importance they place on tobacco control.. Only Dr.. Frenk has reported entering into a negotiation with the multinational tobacco companies.. Unfortunately, rather than state that the negotiation was a mistake and violation of the spirit of the Framework Convention on Tobacco Control, Dr.. Frenk continues to insist it was proper.. We do not doubt Dr.. Frenk's commitment to advancing a global health agenda.. But on the crucial matter of international tobacco control, we believe that his involvement with the agreement with the tobacco industry -- which he refuses to renounce -- disqualifies him as a final candidate for the Director-General post.. We therefore urge you not to support his candidacy.. International.. Global Smokefree Partnership.. International Union Against Cancer (UICC)..  ...   Tabagisme (CNCT).. Georgia.. The FCTC Implementation and Monitoring Center in Georgia.. Honduras.. Acción para la Promoción de Ambientes Libres de Tabaco (APALTA).. India.. Asha Trust.. Indian Society Against Smoking.. Development Media Resource Centre (DMRC).. Samadhan Samiti.. Tambakoo Kills MONiTOR publication.. Japan.. Japanese Society for Tobacco Control.. Kenya.. SocialNEEDS Network.. Luxembourg.. Union Europeenne des Non-fumeurs (UEN)/European Union of Nonsmokers.. Madagascar.. Croix Bleue Malagasy.. Mauritius.. VISA.. Mexico.. Proyecto Tabaquismo en la Comunidad Universitaria.. Mozambique.. Mozambican Public Health Association (AMOSAPU).. Niger.. SOS Tabagisme-Niger.. Nigeria.. Consumer Protection Organisation of Nigeria (CPON).. Human and Environmental Development Agenda.. Journalists Action on Tobacco Health.. Nigerian Environmental Society.. People Against Drug Dependence Ignorance.. Tobacco Free Youth.. Norway.. Norwegian Cancer Society.. Philippines.. Filipino Consumers Will.. The Framework Convention on Tobacco Control Philippines Alliance.. Pakistan.. The Network for Consumer Protection.. Panama.. Coalición Panameña contra el Tabaquismo (COPACET).. Peru.. Comisión Nacional permanente de Lucha Antitabaquica (COLAT-PERÚ).. Saudi Arabia.. Saudi Antismoking Society.. Scotland, UK.. ASH Scotland.. Serbia.. Institute of Occupational Health, Belgrade.. Institute of Public Health of Serbia.. Spain.. Comité Nacional Para La Prevención Del Tabaquismo (CNPT).. Republic of Srpska, Bosnia and Herzegovina.. Association Life without Smoke.. Sri Lanka.. Alcohol and Drug Information Centre.. Switzerland.. The European Respiratory Society (ERS) (Europe-wide).. Tanzania.. Tanzania Tobacco Control Forum.. Togo.. ONG ATLAT.. Le RONIER/ONG.. Uganda.. Health Environmental Rights Organisation (HERO-UGANDA).. United Status.. Americans for Nonsmokers' Rights.. Tobacco Control Law and Policy Consulting.. Uruguay.. Alianza Nacional para el Control del Tabaco.. Asociación Civil Fumadores Pasivos Uruguayos.. Comisión para el Control del Tabaquismo del Sindicato Médico del Uruguay.. Red por un Uruguay Libre de Tabaco (RULTA).. Venezuela.. Fundación Venezolana del Corazón.. Zambia.. Zambia Consumers Association..

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  • Title: Youth Take on Altria/Philip Morris in NYC & NJ (April 2006)
    Descriptive info: YOUTH TAKE ON ALTRIA/PHILIP MORRIS IN NYC NJ!.. OVERVIEW.. 2006 THEME.. YOUTH ADVOCACY TRAINING.. April 25-26, 2006.. DEMO AT ALTRIA HEADQTRS.. April 26, 2006.. DEMO OUTSIDE ALTRIA MTG.. April 27, 2006.. ACTIVISM INSIDE ALTRIA MTG.. MEDIA COVERAGE.. PREVIOUS ALTRIA MTGS.. Photo credits (left to right): Getty Images/Michael Nagle; Daily Record/John Bell; Katy Pezzimenti; AFP/Don Emmert; Luke Witkowski; Getty Images/Michael Nagle.. The photos included in this report were taken by many different people.. They may be used for noncommercial purposes as long as they are properly credited.. To obtain credit information, send an email to tobacco@essential.. org and include the photo's url.. On April 25-27, 2006, over 100 youth and adult advocates from around the U.. and world participated in advocacy events around the 2006 Altria shareholders meeting in East Hanover, New Jersey.. On April 25-26, a youth advocacy training was held in East Hanover, New Jersey and New York City, followed by a demonstration in front of Altria's  ...   links in the sidebar or below.. 1.. 2006 Theme.. 2.. April 25-26: 4th Annual Youth Advocacy Training.. 3.. April 26: Demonstration at Altria's NYC Headquarters.. 4.. April 27: Demonstration Outside 2006 Altria Shareholders Meeting.. 5.. April 27: Activism Inside the 2006 Altria Shareholders Meeting.. 6.. Media Coverage.. List of groups that collaborated to organize the events: ADFY's Y.. E.. S Team Youth Extinguishing Tobacco (AR), Essential Action (DC), REAL (HI), Montana Tobacco Use Prevention Program (MT), Dover Youth 2 Youth (NH), Reality Check (NY), FACT (WI), Rock County Youth 2 Youth (WI), Waukesha County Tobacco Free Coalition (WI), Te Reo Marama/Mäori Smokefree Coalition (New Zealand) and more!.. For more information, contact Anna White at awhite@essential.. org or 202-387-8030.. Essential Action's Global Partnerships for Tobacco Control program links tobacco control groups in the U.. and Canada with groups in Asia, Africa, Latin America, and Central/Eastern Europe to monitor and resist Big Tobacco's global expansion.. For more information,.. visit our website..

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  • Title: Essential Action - Global Partnerships for Tobacco Control
    Descriptive info: Español.. |.. Français.. Global Partnerships for Tobacco Control was launched in 2000 to help support and strengthen international tobacco control activities at the grass roots level.. The program pairs groups in the United States and Canada with groups in Asia, Africa, Latin America, Central and Eastern Europe, and the former Soviet Union, and assists them in initiating meaningful shared activities.. More than 360 groups in over 100 countries and 40 U.. states and territories are currently involved in the program.. Participating groups include: tobacco control advocacy groups, youth networks and schools, hospitals and medical associations, local government agencies, consumer groups, and faith-based communities.. NEW!.. (January 2008).. Youth Quarantine Altria Philip Morris.. (April 2007).. International Week of Action for Smokefree Movies 2007.. (February).. (December 5, 2006).. Over 100 organizations in 50 countries sign on to Altria Breakup demands.. Highlights of GPTC Activities Accomplishments: 2000-2005.. Photos from delegation to South America.. 100+ Youth Protest 2005 Altria Shareholder Meeting.. International Day of Action re: Smokefree Movies.. Thai/U.. Youth Crash Philip Morris ASEAN Art Awards!.. 150 Youth Protest Altria 2004 Meeting of Stockholders.. Tobacco Control Across Borders: U.. Delegation to West Africa.. Health Before Trade: Tobacco Out of the FTAA!.. Victory! Warner Nu Metro Donates $$$ to Nigerian Tobacco Control Efforts.. Order a Revoke the Licensed to Kill T-Shirt Today!.. Big Tobacco's Use of NYC to Sell Death Around the World.. Top 10 Reasons Int'l Tobacco Control is Relevant to U.. When the Tobacco Industry says Hi!.. How Big Tobacco Targets Women.. Report on Winston Concert (Romania).. Wal-Mart's Deadly International Double Standard.. Marketing Tobacco and the USA.. Donate used cameras and laptops to international advocates.. TAKE ACTION.. December 2006:.. Tobacco Industry Sponsorship of George Benson in Indonesia.. Ongoing:.. Tell Movies Studios to.. Stop Recruiting Young Customers for.. the Tobacco Industry!.. About GPTC.. Take Action!.. World Tour.. Introductory Packet.. Letter Campaigns.. Photos.. Updates Bulletins.. Events.. Contact.. Media.. Resources.. Search Site.. Other Essential Action  ...   Goes to Cancun!.. 9/12/02.. Letter from VA Assistant Attorney General to Licensed to Kill, Inc.. and.. response.. 5/22/03.. 200 Teens Protest Incorporation of Licensed to Kill Altria Group Annual Mtg.. 4/24/03.. Licensed to Kill, Inc, Incorporated in VA; Aims to Kill 4.. 9 Million a Year; New Rival for Altria.. 4/17/03.. : Get Big Tobacco's Hands Off NYC Rally at NYC City Hall.. 2/19/03.. Hijacks Global Health demo at DHHS.. 2/12/03.. Philip Morris memo cites 1997 statement generated by Essential Action as source for 1999 list of international tobacco control advocates.. 10/11/02.. Tobacco Privatization Kills - Demo at IMF a success!.. 9/24/02.. Essential Action releases new report:.. NEEDLESS HARM - IMF Support for Tobacco Privatization and for Tobacco Tax and Tariff Reduction, and the Cost to Public Health.. pdf version.. 9/23/02.. Letter urging Hershey not to sell to Philip Morris/Kraft.. Report on U.. Pack of Lies demonstration in NYC.. 8/1/02.. Robert Weissman's testimony re: privatization of Thai Tobacco Monopoly.. and related article.. Govt scraps privatisation of Thai Tobacco Monopoly.. 7/19/02.. Philip Morris to Canada: Drop Dead - corpfocus.. 4/4/02.. Submission by Philip Morris International, Inc.. in Response to The National Center for Standards and Certification Information Foreign Trade Notification No.. B/TBT/N/CAN/22.. 3/02.. Trade and Trade-offs on Tobacco - Washington Post.. 1/14/02.. Big Tobacco Is Accused of Crossing an Age Line - New York Times.. 8/24/01.. Should Trade Have No-Smoking Section? - Wall Street Journal.. 7/23/01.. Effort to Stall Tax on Tobacco Draws Ire of Cigarette Opponents - Wall Street Journal.. 6/27/01.. Free Fax Action: Stop U.. Support for Big.. Tobacco.. Over 600 faxes sent to USTR Zoellick!.. Essential Action Condemns USTR Pressure on Korean Tobacco Regulation.. 6/14/01.. Comments on FTC tobacco marketing expenditure reports.. 6/7/01.. Letter from 17 U.. legislators to Mr.. Michel Camdessus, Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund re: privatization of the Thai Tobacco Monopoly.. 12/8/98.. This page is maintained by.. Contact us at:.. tobacco@essential.. org..

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  • Title: Stop Philip Morris International's Use of Popular Argentinean Bands to Target Youth!
    Descriptive info: Stop Philip Morris International's Use of.. Popular Argentinean Bands to Target Youth!.. Sponsored by:.. BASTA!.. Global Youth Action on Tobacco.. Philip Morris International s Argentina subsidiary, Massalin Particulares, is promoting Philip Morris cigarettes to young people via a nationwide Iron Friends concert series during June and July 2010.. The promotional campaign involves extensive advertising online and in stores; prizes attractive to young people, e.. an autographed guitar,  ...   youth are calling on the participating bands, which are very popular with young people in Argentina, to show they care about their fans by going tobacco industry-free.. Sign the global petition to the bands.. (.. espagnol.. ) Your letter will sent to some of the bands that have agreed to participate in the promotion.. Iron Friends promotional website.. (see below for a few screenshots).. IMAGES OF CAMPAIGN PROMOTIONS:..

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  • Title: Globally, Tobacco Products Kill Every 6 Seconds...Philip Morris Int'l: It's Time to Stop the Killing!
    Descriptive info: Globally, Tobacco Products Kill Every 6 Seconds.. Philip Morris International: It's Time to Stop the Killing!.. Youth Countering the Tobacco Industry's Global Expansion.. Inside the Belly of the Beast.. Philip Morris International's Shareholder Meeting (NYC) - May 12, 2010.. Globally, tobacco products kill someone every 6 seconds.. As the world's largest multinational tobacco corporation, Philip Morris International (PMI) bears responsibility for a sizable portion of these deaths - and those to come.. While PMI boasts about its successful global expansion into emerging markets, the truth is that the more it sells, the more it kills.. By aggressively targeting young people and legally challenging public health policies around the world, PMI  ...   and middle-income countries.. Read more (under construction):.. Philip Morris International World Tour 2009-2010.. Statements.. Licensed to Kill Bestows Golden Coffin Award on PMI CEO and Board.. PMI 2010 shareholder meeting information.. (webcast online until June 10, 2010).. Advocacy around PMI's 2009 shareholder meeting.. Participating Groups:.. Action Against Tobacco (NY),.. Campaign for Tobacco Free Kids.. Global Youth Action on Tobacco Network.. REAL - Hawaii Youth Exposing the Tobacco Industry.. Special thanks to:.. Aliança de Controle do Tabagismo (Brazil), BASTA! (Argentina), Corporate Accountability International, FACT - Fighting Against Corporate Tobacco (WI), Global Kids, No Limits (NE), Y.. Team (AR), and many others!.. For more information, contact: tobacco (at) essential.. org or +1 202-413-9656..

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  • Title: International Day of Action to Counter PMI's Global Expansion
    Descriptive info: International Day of Action to.. Counter Philip Morris International's.. Global Expansion.. May 5, 2009.. Sponsored by:.. Framework Convention Alliance.. Endorsed by:.. Network for Accountability of Tobacco Transnationals.. Southeast Asia Tobacco Control Alliance.. In March 2008, upon spinning off from Altria, Philip Morris International (PMI) became the largest multinational tobacco company in the world, with products sold in approximately 160 countries and an estimated 15.. 6% share of the international cigarette market outside the U.. The company's 2008 Annual Report details how well the company is doing worldwide since being unleashed -- with net revenues up 15.. 2% from the year before and cigarette volume up 2.. 5% to a whopping 859.. 8 billion units (6 1/2 cigarette packs for each and every person in the world!).. The company credits emerging markets for driving its growth, with net revenues up 21.. 8% in Eastern Europe, Middle East and Africa, 10.. 1% in Asia, and 23% in Latin America and Canada.. In short, PMI  ...   for governments to take effective action to counter it.. More information:.. Summary of Activities Media Coverage.. Partial transcript of 2009 PMI shareholder meeting.. Lyin' Louis: Setting the Record Straight.. Webcast (audio only) of the meeting.. (available until June 4, 2009).. Photos and specific examples of PMI marketing, promotions, and sponsorships targeting youth.. Business Week (May 4 cover story):.. Philip Morris' Global Race: Freed from Altria, Philip Morris International CEO Louis Camilleri is pushing hard to boost global sales before U.. -style tobacco restrictions spread.. PMI's 2009 shareholder meeting:.. 2008 Annual Report.. 2009 Proxy Statement.. Framework Convention on Tobacco Control:.. www.. fctc.. Tobacco's global toll:.. who.. int/tobacco/mpower/tobacco_facts/en/index.. html.. * Approximately 50 groups in 20 countries planned to participate in the international day of action.. For more information about the International Day of Action:.. Global Youth Action on Tobacco Network/.. Tel: +1 202-413-9656.. Email: awhite (at) essential.. Susan Cavanagh.. Tel:: +61 416 361 759 (mobile).. Tel: :+61 2 8206 9495.. Email: cavanaghs (at) fctc.. org..

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  • Title: Youth Activists from around the Country to Demonstrate at Reynolds American Shareholders Meeting in Winston-Salem
    Descriptive info: Youth Activists from around the Country Demonstrate at.. Reynolds American Shareholders Meeting in Winston-Salem.. Click here for photos of.. the demonstration.. May 6, 2008.. the youth advocacy training.. May 5, 2008.. Click here for photos information about some of.. Reynolds American's recent promotional campaigns.. MEDIA RELEASE.. Contact:.. Anna White, Essential Action.. 202) 413-9656.. Morgan Wittman, Youth Empowered Solutions.. (919) 308-8800.. Teenagers from Eleven States to Demonstrate.. at Reynolds American Shareholders Meeting.. Youth Angered by Manipulative Marketing Tactics Aimed at their Peers.. Winston-Salem, N.. Reynolds American is again trying to addict kids totobacco.. That's the message youth from around the country will deliver at the tobacco giant's annual shareholder meeting today.. More than 50 teenagers from tobacco control groups across the country plan on protesting new, high-profile marketing campaigns from Reynolds designed to make smoking appear hip and glamorous.. These exploitive tactics hook young people into a lifetime of addiction to a product that kills if used as intended, said Morgan Wittman of North Carolina s Youth Empowered Solutions.. Ending the tobacco epidemic requires that tobacco companies stop recruiting a new generation of customers.. Youth advocates, from as far away as Hawaii, will greet shareholders as they enter and exit the annual meeting along North Main Street, and share their views on the company s aggressive peddling of death to their.. generation.. It is appalling to learn the deceitful tactics  ...   9 ran in magazines popular with girls, including Vogue, Glamour, Cosmopolitan, Marie Claire and InStyle.. Promotional giveaways include berry lip balm, cell phone jewelry, purses and wristbands, all in hot pink.. The truth is that Reynolds American s long history of marketing cigarettes has been devastating to our country s health, said Anna White of the corporate accountability group Essential Action.. The company that once marketed tobacco with the Joe Camel cartoon character is doing it again by branding its newest product as a stylish female accessory.. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, cigarette smoking is the single most preventable cause of premature death in the U.. Each year more than 400,000 Americans die from cigarette smoking.. In fact, one in every five deaths in the U.. is smoking related.. Groups that are participating in the demonstration include: Y.. Team from Arkansas; Communities Under Siege from California; REAL from Hawaii; Just Eliminate Lies (JEL) from Iowa; reACT from Montana; No Limits from.. Nebraska; Youth Empowered Solutions from North Carolina; and youth representatives from the Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids.. For more information, including photos of Reynolds American Inc s cigarette promotions, go to:.. takingontobacco.. org/event/rai08.. Participating Groups:.. Y.. (Youth Extinguishing Smoking) Team.. (AR).. Communities Under Siege/Ursa Institute.. (CA).. Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids.. (DC).. REAL.. (HI).. Just Eliminate Lies.. (IA).. reACT!.. (MT).. Youth Empowered Solutions.. (NC).. No Limits.. (NE)..

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