Community Led Efforts: Current Trends of E-cigs/Vaping & Youth

Webinar presented by Nuestras Voces and ASPIRE Networks


E-cigarettes are very popular with young people and since 2014, these commercial tobacco products have been the most commonly used among youth.  In 2020, about 1 in 5 high school students and 1 in 20 middle school students reported currently used e-cigarettes.  Hispanic and Asian American youth are increasingly at risk for becoming users of electronic vapor products.  In this webinar, participants will hear about community-based efforts engaging youth from diverse populations, to prevent and reduce the use of e-cigs/vaping among their peers.


  • Lydia N. Lising, Prevention Coordinator, KYCC
  • Enrique De La Cruz, Community Organizer, SAY San Diego

Learning Objectives:

  • Participants will learn about the effects of e-cigarettes/vaping among Asian American and Hispanic youth and community efforts and opportunities for prevention.
  • Participants will learn about policy efforts to reduce vaping through flavored product bans and advertising.
  • Participants will identify resources and opportunities for youth engagement on collective policy and community change.

Title:  Community Led Efforts:  Current Trends of E-cigs/Vaping & Youth

Date:  Wednesday, August 11, 2021

Time:  2 p.m. ET/11 a.m. PT


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