“In a racist society it is not enough to be non-racist, we must be anti-racist.” – Dr. Angela Y. Davis
Welcome to our newest members of the Breathe Board of Directors! With the start of July 2020, we welcome four new members to our passionate Board of Directors: Samantha Hoshida, Mia Lopez, Dean O’Brien and Chris Flores.
This year Breathe had the opportunity to partner with Thousand Strong by offering a youth candidate a position on our Tobacco Control Programs team. In July 2019 we welcomed Kayla Willis to our team.
It is the Trek’s 2020 June Challenge, with 13 gorgeous rides in the Sacramento Area, and we are challenging you to join us!
Conversations about food waste traditionally focus on the sustainability of our food system, food systems are complicit in the same institutionalized racism embedded in so many systems in the US and around the world.
Highlights from our weekly COVID-19 newsletter providing heavily researched, trustworthy information on the impact of the pandemic in public health, air quality, tobacco control, the environment and more.
As viewership on streaming services rises amid shelter-in-place, so does the harm of viewing tobacco-use. A global pandemic won’t stop the tobacco industry from infiltrating TV shows and movies.
It’s May during a pandemic, are we still riding? In two words, HECK YES! There have been many articles related to the benefits of exercise and getting outside even while we shelter-in-place. (See some of my favorites here and here.) As with most planned events this spring and summer, the region’s annual bike month is going virtual. I know, I […]
Support Breathe during the #BigDayofGiving! To all past staff members, to every volunteer, and to every financial contributor over the years, thank you! This organization is stronger today because of you.
April 22nd marked the 50th anniversary of Earth Day. This year, we were not be able to celebrate in large gatherings, but we can still remember why we need to make the planet a priority not just on Earth Day, but every day of the year.