View Webcast here on July 24, 2013.

More than 80 percent of current smokers start in their teens, making the tobacco epidemic a youth epidemic. The first Surgeon General’s report on smoking nearly 50 years ago set the foundation for the tobacco control movement which continues to evolve. For more than a decade, young leaders around the country have emerged to tackle the tobacco epidemic head on to prevent even more youth from ever starting.

Join Legacy and the Campaign for Tobacco Free Kids for a dynamic youth-led discussion addressing the significance of the youth activism movement in tobacco control, how it has evolved and the future of this effort for years to come. 

View the webcast here.


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Ritney Castine

Associate Director of Youth Advocacy, Campaign For Tobacco-Free Kids, former Legacy Youth Board Liaison


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Chad Bullock

Founding Director of Forget Tobacco

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Gustavo Torrez

Program Manager for the Network for LGBT Health Equity

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Anna Santayana

Grassroots Marketing Coordinator for Legacy and former truth® tour crew marketer

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Kaitlyn Reilly

Senior Communications Consultant for Booz Allen Hamilton

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Lee Storrow

Managing Director of the NC Alliance for Health and Member of the City Council in Chapel Hill, North Carolina and former Legacy Youth Board Liaison