How would you translate Nathan’s poster?

This survey is to help share knowledge across our communities by sharing how you would translate “Let future generations know the dangers of secondhand smoke” in your language.

Example: Yurok:  NEE-MEE-CHYUUE’ SKEY-WOK KEE ‘WE-SEW KUE ROO-WOS UE-ME-RAAS

  • Please print and disseminate the adapted Tips Posters in your respective communities.
  • Share this survey and take advantage of the linked resources to the CDC’s Tips poster.
  • Click “Begin Survey” to submit your responses and the link tinyurl.com/PosterResponse to view all replies.
  • Download the pdf below so you may print and distribute in your tribal community.

Nathan’s Yurok Poster

Nathan’s English Poster

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