Trained more than 1000 community leaders from across the US and Pacific Islands to advocate for health justice and policy change
Launched major advocacy campaigns to counter the targeting for AA and NHPI communities by the tobacco industry
Provided comprehensive technical assistance and training (TAT) with community organizations, advocates, health departments, federal agencies, and health organizations in more than 40 states and 6 island jurisdictions
Provided TAT to community groups to assist in the implementation of policy initiatives
Facilitated cross cultural collaboration across priority population groups
Published the only two journal issues dedicated specifically to AA and NHPI tobacco issues
Published educational and advocacy toolkits including making tobacco relevant to AA and NHPI communities, needs assessment; and program evaluation
Built a national movement for AAs, NHPIs and underserved communities on tobacco and other health justice issues.