The Fame & Shame Awards - May 8 - KiMo Theatre, ABQ

With limos, a red carpet, and glamorous "stars", the Fame & Shame Awards show looks like its more famous cousin in Hollywood. But these awards expose the tobacco industry’s influence in Hollywood, and point out how popular actors and movies encourage young people to start smoking.

The awards ceremony also honors middle school and high school students from around the state who work to educate their peers about tobacco use and the tobacco industry’s efforts to recruit young smokers.

Presented by the Media Literacy Project and New Mexico Voices for Children, with support from the NM Dept. of Health’s Tobacco Use Prevention and Control Program.

Free admission, but please let us know you're coming!

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