The Wisconsin African American Tobacco Prevention Network (WAATPN) provided tobacco and quit smoking information to Juneteenth festival participants. The Network participated in the festival to help increase tobacco awareness with hopes of reducing tobacco related disparities. African Americans smoke at higher rates (33% compared to about 20% of the general population), making us twice as likely to die from a smoking related illness than whites. Along with the festivalgoers, community leaders stopped by the WAATPN’s booth. Pictured here from L to R are Billy Spencer, youth coordinator, WAATPN, Supervisor Nikiya Harris, Second District and Michael Campbell, project manager, WAATPN.