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TITLE: Debunking the myths about marijuana videorecording] : what can your community do?
PUBLISHED: [Washington, D.C.] : White House Office of National Drug Control Policy, National Youth Anti-Drug Media Campaign, [2003?]
DESCRIPTION: 1 videocassette (7 min., 15 sec.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in. VHS.
NOTES: The video is for use by community coalitions, civic organizations, parenting and youth groups, law enforcement and anyone interested in getting their community involved in teen marijuana prevention. The video can be used in a number of settings, such as town hall meetings, community forums, bac-to-school nights, parent education classes, business community gatherings (e.g., chamber of Commerce luncheon) or media briefings.
NOTES: The National Youth Anti-Drug Media Campaign has developed this seven-minute video, Debunking the Myths about Marijuana, to help educate communities about the harms of teen marijuana use. The video highlights the latest research about the drug, features commentary by leading experts about the effects of marijuana on youth, and encourages communities to work together to address teen marijuana use. It also includes television ads for youth on the negative consequences of marijuana use, for parents on the importance of monitoring their kids and for the general audience on the importance of community coalitions.
SUBJECT: Youth--Drug use--United States--Prevention.
SUBJECT: Marijuana abuse--United States.
ADDED ENTRY: National Youth Anti-Drug Media Campaign (U.S.)

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