You can call chewing tobacco by whatever name you want — smokeless tobacco, spit tobacco, chew, snuff, pinch or dip — but don’t call it harmless. Whether you use chewing tobacco or other types of smokeless tobacco, be forewarned: chewing tobacco can cause serious health problems.

All tobacco products contain nicotine, which is super addictive. Smokeless tobacco also contains 28 cancer-causing agents (carcinogens).

Through With Chew Week is February 15-21st. Here’s what you can do:

  • Download the Through with Chew Week Toolkit: throughwithchew.com
  • Create a Display Showing What’s Really in Chew 
  • Host a Green Ribbon Activity in Your Community 
  • Host a Tobacco Trade-In Day (Ask People to Trade In their Tobacco Products for Something Else) 
  • Organize a Benefit Concert, a Rally, or a Poetry Slam for Your Cause 
  • Host a showing of TRUTH videos at your school, or create a tobacco prevention video of your own: thetruth.com


Need more Ideas?
Check out: Dosomething.org

I’m a white mom with an 18 year old son whose father is choctaw. My son was not raised by his father and hardly knows him. He feels sad and wants to connect with other indigenous kids but doesn’t feel that he has the right. How can I help him?

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