Truth: Schools #StopProfiling

This is a commercial ad of Truth. This commercial was released in February 2017 in United States. Under the title of “Truth: Schools”.

Low-income neighborhoods are more likely to have tobacco retailers near schools. Don’t let it go unseen. Join truth correspondent Amanda Seales in calling it out.

Enlist @ thetruth.com and be the generation that ends smoking.

It was done by 72andSunny, Los Angeles advertising agency.

Lyrics:
Let’s talk about how big tobacco is investing in the future of this country.
A recent study found that low-income neighborhoods are more likely to have tobacco retailers near schools than other neighborhoods.
How convenient. In fact, big tobacco went to the Supreme Court to keep tobacco advertising near schools.
Cool, huh.
Nothing says commitment to youth like a hard-won legal battle.
It’s not a coincidence, it’s profiling.
Call it out. Stop profiling.
Be the generation that ends smoking.

truth
truth Correspondent
Amanda Seales
Washington DC
The Future Of This Country
Fact: Low-Income Neighborhoods Are More Likely To Have Tobacco Retailers Near Schools
U.S. Supreme Court to Hear Tobacco Advertising Case
It’s Not A Coincidence
It’s Profiling
#StopProfiling
Be The Generation That Ends Smoking
Enlist @ TheTruth.com

The song and artist in this commercial wasn’t made public, so I can’t find out who they are. If you know the song title and artist, please leave a comment about their information.

Truth: Schools #StopProfiling
Client: Truth
Advertising Agency: 72andSunny, Los Angeles
Actress: Amanda Seales
Music: Original Music by Unknown artist

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