Guide to Americans for Nonsmokers' Rights Curriculum Materials, 1983-1999, (bulk 1994-1998)

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Guide to Americans for Nonsmokers' Rights Curriculum Materials, 1983-1999, (bulk 1994-1998)

Collection number: MSS 2001-09

UCSF Library & CKM



Archives and Special Collections

University of California, San Francisco

Contact Information:

  • UCSF Library & CKM
  • Archives and Special Collections
  • 530 Parnassus Ave.
  • San Francisco, CA 94143-0840
  • Phone: (415) 476-8112
  • Fax: (415) 476-4653
  • Email: http://www.library.ucsf.edu/collections/archives/contact
  • URL: http://www.library.ucsf.edu/tobacco/
Processed by:
Arel Lucas
Date Completed:
February 2002
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© 2002 The Regents of the University of California. All rights reserved.

Descriptive Summary

Title: Americans for Nonsmokers' Rights Curriculum Materials,
Date (inclusive): 1983-1999,
Date (bulk): (bulk 1994-1998)
Collection number: MSS 2001-09
Collector: Americans for Nonsmokers' Rights
Extent: 2 cartons

2 linear ft.
Repository: University of California, San Francisco. Library. Archives and Special Collections.
San Francisco, California 94143-0840
Abstract: This collection is comprised of curriculum and other educational and resource materials received by the Americans for Nonsmokers' Rights (ANR) organization.
Physical location: Archives
Language: English.

Administrative Information

Access

Collection is open for research.

Publication Rights

Copyright has not been assigned to the Library & Center for Knowledge Management. All requests for permission to publish or quote from manuscripts must be submitted in writing to the Head of Archives & Special Collections. Permission for publication is given on behalf of the Library & Center for Knowledge Management as the owner of the physical items and is not intended to include or imply permission of the copyright holder, which must also be obtained by the reader.

Preferred Citation

Americans for Nonsmokers' Rights Curriculum Materials, MSS 2001-09, Archives & Special Collections, UCSF Library & CKM

Acquisition Information

The papers were donated by Americans for Nonsmokers' Rights.

Organizational History

Americans for Nonsmokers' Rights ("ANR"), formed in 1976, was originally Californians for Nonsmokers' Rights of Berkeley, California. The only national lobbying organization in the United States that advocates nonsmokers' rights, ANR focuses on secondhand-smoke issues, whether in the workplace, at school, or at home. As a nonprofit educational membership organization, ANR develops programs for school-age children, especially its "Teens as Teachers" (TAT) curriculum, in which teenage youth teach younger children. Their mission, history and programs are described on their Web site at "http://www.no-smoke.org/" 

Scope and Content of Collection

This collection is comprised of curriculum and other educational and resource materials received by the Americans for Nonsmokers' Rights (ANR) organization. From inscriptions and acknowledgments, it is evident that ANR contributed to at least some of these publications. Tobacco education curricula for K-12 children include manuals, guides, workbooks, copy masters and videotapes. Other materials and resources include cessation materials, a guide to tobacco control resources, policy manuals for schools and workplaces, reports, journals and books relating to tobacco control. Subjects covered include tobacco use and abuse, drug use in genenral, and related topics. All materials are in English, with some in both English and Spanish. All items originated in the United States, except for one book from the United Kingdom.

Arrangement

Division is into two series: Curriculum Materials for K-12, and Other Educational Materials and Resources. Arrangement is alphabetical by title of item. The accompanying 23 videotapes were transferred to TCA Videos, MSS 2000-28, but reference is made to these here by title and number in the videotape collection.

Indexing Terms

The following terms have been used to index the description of this collection in the library's online public access catalog.

Subjects

Americans for Nonsmokers' Rights
California Nonsmokers' Rights Foundation
Californians for Nonsmokers' Rights
Group Against Smoking Pollution
Tobacco habit--Education--United States
Smoking--Law and Legislation
Tobacco Smoke Pollution
Work environment


Collection Contents

 

Series 1. Curriculum Materials For K-12, 1983-1999

Physical Description: Carton 1 - Carton 2:4

Scope and Content Note

These materials include graded workbooks, manuals, copy masters, guides and various student and teacher materials for United States elementary schools, middle schools and high schools. All items are in English except for those that are in English and Spanish both. Some materials treat of tobacco alone, others of tobacco and other drugs together. Videotape titles are included for reference but will be found in the TCA Videos Collection, MSS 2000-28.

Arrangement

Arrangement is alphabetical by title of item.
Carton/Folder 1:1

The Gateway Drugs Action Pack

Carton/Folder 1:2

Gateway Drugs: Print Curriculum K-8

Carton/Folder 1:3

Healthy Kids Tobacco-Free: Teacher's Guide, 1992

Carton/Folder 1:4

Helping Teens Stop Using Tobacco: A Step-by-step Program for Grades 7-12

Carton/Folder 1:5

Intervening with Teen Tobacco Users: A Positive Alternative to Suspension Grades 7-12

Carton/Folder 1:6

Kicking Nicotine(teacher's resource book; accompanying videotape is #309 in MSS 2000-28)

Carton/Folder 1:7

Libre Quiero Ser ("I Want to Be Free") (teacher's resource book in English and Spanish; accompanying videotape is #308 in MSS 2000-28)

Carton/Folder 1:8

The Minnesota Smoking Prevention Program: a curriculum for ages 11-15

Carton/Folder 1:9-11

[Project 4-Health] The Tobacco Action Curriculum (2 folders, 1 book; accompanying videotape removed to 2000-28, #310)

Carton/Folder 1:12

Project Alert (10 videotapes of middle school curriculum about tobacco and other drugs, including introduction and teacher demonstrations, removed to MSS 2000-28, #311; box retained in this collection)

Carton/Folder 1:13

Project SCAT (Phase I): A tobacco education and prevention program administered by Nevada Joint Union High School District

Carton/Folder 1:14

Social Science Record (Vol. 25, #2, Fall 1988), entire issue, including "Smoking As a Public Policy Issue and an Economic Dilemma" (with one teaching unit)

Carton/Folder 1:15

Spit Tobacco Kills: teacher's resource book (videotape removed to MSS 2000-28, #312

Carton/Folder 1:16

Step On It: Integrating Tobacco Education Across the Disciplines 1996-1997 (high school)

Carton/Folder 1:17

Teen Smoking: Pack It Up: a peer education tobacco prevention curriculum for youth

Carton/Folder 1:18

Teens Teaching Tobacco Prevention: Program Guide

Carton/Folder 1:19

Tobacco, Alcohol & Drugs: Choosing Health, High School (Teacher/Student Resource book)

Carton/Folder 1:20

Tobacco: Comprehensive Health for the Middle Grades (Teacher/Student Resource book)

Carton/Folder 2:1

TobaccoFree cessation & prevention Curriculum & Video (videotape removed to MSS 2001-09, #313)

Carton/Folder 2:2

Up in Smoke: the Extreme Danger of Smoking Tobacco (resource materials; videotape removed to MSS 2001-09, #)

Carton/Folder 2:3

Use the Facts: Exercise your Power. Smoke-free Class of 2000 7th Grade Curriculum Package (includes videotape "Smoke Free Class of 2000 National Youth Ambassadors Forum")

Carton/Folder 2:4

What's Wrong with Tobacco? Teacher's Resource Book (videotapes in the "What's Wrong with" series were removed to MSS 2000-28, #315. Other videotapes not related to tobacco are "What's Wrong with Marijuana?", "What's Wrong with Inhalants?", and "What's Wrong with Alcohol?")

 

Series 2. Other Educational Materials and Resources, 1983-1999

Physical Description: Carton 2:5-29

Scope and Content Note

This series contains information about tobacco education resources, books and materials for adults or ungraded groups and cessation programs. All but one item are from the United States, and all are in English.

Arrangement

Arrangement is alphabetical by title of item.
Carton/Folder 2:5

12 Tiger Steps Out of Nicotine Addiction (with 2-page introduction and inscription)

Carton/Folder 2:6

The Co/Motion Guide to Youth-Led Social Change

Carton/Folder 2:7

"The Death in the West Curriculum Project" (by Alan Schnur and Stanton Glantz), 1983

Note

Note:See other "Death in the West" materials in Americans for Nonsmokers Rights Collection MSS 96-40, MSS 94-29 [carton 12], and digitally streamed "Death in the West" program at Pyramid Media "http://www.pyramidmedia.com/spotlight.html" 
Carton/Folder 2:8

Don't Get Smoked by the Tobacco Companies (resource guide; videotape removed to MSS 2000-28, #305)

Carton/Folder 2:9

Full Spectrum: A Guide for Tobacco-Free Schools in Arizona

Carton/Folder 2:10

Getting Results Part I: California Action Guide to Creating Safe and Drug-Free Schools and Communities

Carton/Folder 2:11

A Good Day's Work: A Guide for Tobacco-Free Work Sites in Arizona

Carton/Folder 2:12

Guide to Tobacco Use Prevention Among Calif. Youth, Vol. 1, 1995

Carton/Folder 2:13

Guide to Tobacco Use Prevention Among Calif. Youth, Vol. II, 1995

Carton/Folder 2:14

Guide to Tobacco Use Prevention Among Calif. Youth, Vol. III, 1995

Carton/Folder 2:15

How to Help Your Patients Stop Smoking: A National Cancer Institute Manual for Physicians

Carton/Folder 2:16

If You Print This, Please Don't Use My Name: Questions from Teens & Their Parents About Things That Matter

Carton/Folder 2:17

"KAT Kids Against Tobacco: How You Can Help." ("kit" with pamphlets and bookmarks in English and Spanish)

Carton/Folder 2:18

Kids learning about tobacco: White Memorial Medical Center Family Practice Residency Program

Carton/Folder 2:19

No Kidding Around: America's Young Activists Are Changing Our World

Carton/Folder 2:20

Popular Education for Movement Building: A Resource Guide

Carton/Folder 2:21

Reducing Youth Access to Tobacco: a partial inventory of state initiatives

Carton/Folder 2:22

"The Smoke-Free Workplace: A Planning Kit" (Arizona)

Carton/Folder 2:23

Smoking (Points of View series, book from UK)

Carton/Folder 2:24

"State Laws on Tobacco Control-U.S. 1995" (CDC Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report Vol. 44, #SS-6)

Carton/Folder 2:25

This Way Out: Freedom from Tobacco

Carton/Folder 2:26

Tobacco Free: A complete resource directory of tobacco-free educational materials

Carton/Folder 2:27

"Tobacco Industry Interference with California's Smokefree Bars" ( 1998 educational or press kit)

Carton/Folder 2:28

Tobacco Prevention Program (New Hampshire) (includes computer diskette for "Teens Teaching Tobacco Prevention")

Carton/Folder 2:29

Youth Access 2000 (California Department of Health Services conference agenda and resource materials)