Black History and Through With Chew Week
Through With Chew began in 1989 to raise awareness in communities about the dangers of smokeless tobacco. This week in February creates the opportunity for people to learn how they can make their communities safer through policy change and public education. Events and activities throughout the week help educate community members about smokeless tobacco use and provide resources to affected populations that can help them succeed at quitting. The next Through with Chew Week will be held February 20-26, 2011.