The Coalition 936: Coming Together for a Better Community

Episode 11 - Jasmine Bryson - Big Tobacco’s attacks on African Americans

March 3, 2021

Episode 11 of The Coalition 936 Podcast features Jasmine Bryson, a senior at Texas State. Jasmine was very active in the Say What! movement while at Jefferson High School and continues to serve as a consultant to help current Teen Ambassadors across Texas. She is very passionate about tobacco prevention and talks with J.P. Heath of The Coalition about the continuing attacks of the Big Tobacco industry on the African American population.

For more information from The Truth Initiative about Big Tobacco's continued attacks against the African-American population click here

Lincoln Mondy's short film Black Lives Black Lungs is an in-depth look on Big Tobacco's long history of abuse against the black population.

For more information about the Say What! program that Jasmine has been a part of go to

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