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Chat with Us, Sept. 27

Our You're the Cure Southeast Chats are back! After pausing for July, we enjoyed picking right back up on August 23rd. Thank you to everyone who joined us, as we spoke about the AHA's new Tobacco Endgame campaign aimed to empower youth and young adults to take action against vaping and other tobacco use in their communities. If you missed it, watch the replay.

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We look forward to hosting our next chat on Monday, September 27th at 11:30AM ET / 10:30AM CT. With students returning to school, we'll focus on several public policy issues we're working on to help students lead healthier, longer lives. Save your spot now! 

As a reminder, we offer these 30-minute You're the Cure Southeast Chats once a month, usually on 4th Monday at 11:30AM ET / 10:30AM CT, to provide you with a behind the scenes look at the AHA's public policy efforts and tips to strengthen your advocacy skills. View our 2021-2022 schedule. Any changes to the schedule will be communicated via You're the Cure alerts.  

We hope these calls empower you to advocate with us to advance cardiovascular health for every person through public policy change.


Julie M. Howell and Kim Chidester VanVeen are Grassroots Managers for the American Heart Association (AHA). Together, they engage volunteers and staff across Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee and Puerto Rico in the AHA's public policy efforts.

 

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