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Truth Initiative (formerly the American Legacy Foundation or Legacy)[1][2] is a nonprofit tobacco control organization "dedicated to achieving a culture where all youth and young adults reject tobacco."[3] It was established in March 1999 as a result of the Master Settlement Agreement between the attorneys general of 46 states, the District of Columbia and five United States territories, and the tobacco industry.[4] Truth Initiative is best known for its youth smoking prevention campaign.[5][6][7] Its other primary aims include conducting tobacco control research and policy studies, organizing community and youth engagement programs and developing digital cessation and prevention products, including through revenue-generating models.[8] read more
Truth Initiative (formerly the American Legacy Foundation or Legacy)[1][2] is a nonprofit tobacco control organization "dedicated to achieving a culture where all youth and young adults reject tobacco."[3] It was established in March 1999 as a result of the Master Settlement Agreement between the attorneys general of 46 states, the District of Columbia and five United States territories, and the tobacco industry.[4] Truth Initiative is best known for its youth smoking prevention campaign.[5][6][7] Its other primary aims include conducting tobacco control research and policy studies, organizing community and youth engagement programs and developing digital cessation and prevention products, including through revenue-generating models.[8] read more
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Truth Initiative partners with Her Campus I'm Still Graduating 05/2020 BOSTON, May 13, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Her Campus, the number one media brand for college women with over 400 campus chapters announced today the full line-up for its "I'm Still Graduating" virtual graduation ceremony that will be broadcasted digitally on Friday, May 15 at 12pm EST at ImStillGraduating.com. A diverse line-up including Nico Tortorella (Actor, Author and Advocate), Frankie J. Grande (Actor, Musician, Dancer & Social Media Personality), Teyana Taylor (Artist, Director, Actress), Marcia Gay Harden (Actress), Jodi Kantor (Investigative Reporter, The New York Times), Kealia Ohai Watt (Professional Soccer Player, Chicago Red Stars), Logan Browning (Actress), Cecile Richards (Co-Founder of Supermajority), Claire Babineaux-Fontenot (CEO of Feeding America), Alex Keith (CEO of P&G Beauty), Lennon Stella (Singer/Songwriter, Actress, & Multi-instrumentalist), Natalya Neidhart (WWE Superstar), Michelle McQuality Kelly (CEO of Lilly Pulitzer) and Whitney Wolfe Herd (Founder and CEO of Bumble) will join previously announced talent (full list below) for a celebratory day of toasts, speeches and performances to recognize and honor the Class of 2020. 

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