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Smoke Free Rights For All

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"DON'T YOU BELIEVE THAT WE   MUSICIANS SHOULD HAVE A SAFE SMOKEFREE WORKPLACE TOO"?

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Smoke Free Rights For All - JST DAVID Endorsement

Americans For Non Smokers Rights

Onjewel Smith & President Cynthia Hallett

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We the Musicians, Entertainers, the community, and Service Industry Employees (Wait Staff / Bartenders) and SmokeFree Venue owners have taken a stand. To support a nationwide ban on all indoor smoking. To make all Bars, Restaurants, Parks, Entertainment Venues and College campuses SmokeFree. "It is a Matter of Life and Death."

SmokeFree Atlanta & Smoke Free Rights joins forces with The Atlanta Blues Society and our Musician & Music community to eradicate all indoor smoking of tobacco products that are doing so much harm to our musicians, bartenders and wait staffs health.

"Second Hand Smoke Exposure Kills" "Musicians & Entertainers Speak Out"

We urge you to join with your local community in advocating for "Smoke-Free Work Environments" for our musicians and hospitality workers.

"We Deserve A Smoke Free Workplace Too"

Secondhand Smoke
  • What It Means To You Even If You Don't Smoke.

  • There are Serious Health Consequences of Involuntary Exposure to Tobacco Smoke

What We Do Know
  • There is no safe amount of secondhand smoke. Breathing even a little secondhand smoke can be dangerous.

  • Breathing secondhand smoke is a known cause of sudden infant death syndrone (SIDS). Children are also more likely to have lung problems, ear infections, and severe asthma from being around smoke.

  • Secondhand Smoke causes heart disease and lung cancer.

  • Seperate "no smoking" sections DO NOT protect you from secondhand smoke. Neither does filtering the air or opening a window.

  • Many states and communities have passed laws making workplaces, public places, restaurants and bars smokefree.

  • But millions of children and adults still breathe secondhand smoke in their homes, cars, workplaces, and in public places.
     

"Make Your Environment SmokeFree"
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