Our Health Matters
Lift your voice and take action
Monthly stipends throughout one (1)
academic year and other incentives
Automatic Save A Girl Save A World Mentee Membership
Health Equity Case Study and Essay
Competitions with cash prizes
Culturally responsive hybrid course about health disparities, tobacco control, and peer-to-peer advocacy
Open to all majors with an interest in social justice, public health, health equity, and wellness.
Must be enrolled at one of our ten (10) partner HBCUs.
Eager to gain leadership experience and community service while a college student.
We are looking for young women who are passionate about making a positive difference on their campus. She must be digitally savvy, and know what it takes to bring people together to support a common cause of social justice and the overall health and wellness of our youth today!
DO YOU WANT TO MAKE A POSITIVE IMPACT ON BLACK HEALTH EQUITY?
FLIP THE SCRIPT
For centuries, Black communities have been targeted by industries like Big Tobacco which are profiting off of our disease all while our communities are paying the price. But we are more than data points on charts. Take a stand on your campus and reshape the future of Black health in your communities.
Join The Smoking Prevention through Equity, Advocacy and Knowledge (SPEAK) Project, an anti-tobacco initiative funded by Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
University of Arkansas Pine Bluff
Clark Atlanta University
Grambling State University
North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University
Tennessee State University
Don't see your school?
Current & Past Speak Up Ambassadors
Join as a Speak Up Ambassador
SPEAK Up Ambassadors commit to serving one academic year commitment to learning about tobacco use and health disparities, and recruit peers on campus to co-design and activate a campaign to reduce tobacco use at your respective institution. We are looking for young women who are passionate about making a positive difference on their campus, digitally savvy, and know what it takes to bring people together to support a common cause.