Be there for your grandchildren, don't smoke.

Tips from Former Smokers – Tlingit Language Poster

The Partnership for a Tobacco-Free Southeast at the SouthEast Alaska Regional Health Consortium utilized poster from the CDC’s “Tips From Former Smokers” campaign to translate this poster into Tlingit language, featuring Alaska Native, Michael.

The Tlingit to English translation is:
“Be there for your grandchildren, don’t smoke.”

The graphics are free to share and use in clinics, on social media, websites, and print to urge Native Americans and Alaska Natives to stop smoking.

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Be there for your grandchildren, don't smoke.
The Tlingit phrase translates to “Be there for your grandchildren, don’t smoke.”
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