Project N95 Presents

by Project N95

Project N95 is a national non-profit working to protect people and their communities during the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond. Through our shop, we provide equitable access to affordable, authentic N95 respirators, KN95 and KF94 masks, kids masks, COVID-19 tests, and other products. Through our advocacy, education, and distribution of vetted goods and services, we strive to keep everyone safe and informed.

Podcast episodes

  • Season 2023

  • Gas Stoves & The Air You Breathe

    Gas Stoves & The Air You Breathe

    A Project N95 guided discussion on gas stoves and their impact on air quality from 6/26/2023. The American Public Health Association has labeled gas cooking stoves "a public health concern", and the American Medical Association warns that cooking with gas increases the risk of childhood asthma. Our distinguished panel includes : John Volckens, Mechanical Engineering Professor at Colorado State University, and Peter Moschovis, Pediatric Pulmonologist and Assistant Professor at Harvard University. Topics of Discussion: What are the risks of gas stoves? How worried should I be if I use a gas stove? What can be done to mitigate the risks? And more...

  • Clean Air for All

    Clean Air for All

    A Project N95 guided discussion (5/9/23) about indoor clean air, the science behind it, and why clean indoor air is vitally important to personal health, academic success, and overall quality of life. We explored what exactly defines clean air, how to achieve it, and spotlighted our - "Clean Air for All'' program.Our distinguished panel included:Dr. Jon Levy: Chair of the Department of Environmental Health at Boston University. His research centers on urban environmental exposure and health risk modeling, with an emphasis on spatiotemporal exposure patterns and related environmental justice issues. Application areas include air pollution, climate change, and COVID-19."Sri" Devabhaktuni Srikrishna: Engineer and founder of Patient KnowHow. He is also the engineer who designed and tested the open source approach to the DIY air purifier known as the S.A.F.E. Box. Project N95 offers these virtual conversations as a partner for empowering people and diverse communities with knowledge, resources, and relationships as we navigate the new normal together.Listen to our previous Community Conversations: More About Clean Indoor Air:

  • The Public Health Emergency and Other Changes

    The Public Health Emergency and Other Changes

    From 3/21/2023, listen in as we explore the Public Health Emergency and upcoming other changes. What does the end of the Public Health Emergency mean and how will it affect you? What changes are coming to Medicaid? How will telehealth be affected?Our expert panel addresses these topics, along with other pressing issues.We are joined by:Dr. Jennifer Kates - Senior Vice President and Director of Global & HIV PolicyKaiser Family FoundationDr. Theresa Chapple - Health Department DirectorVillage of Oak ParkJoe Agoada - Founder & CEOSosento

  • Connecting Virtual Communities

    Connecting Virtual Communities

    From February 21st, please listen to our Community Conversation on Connecting Virtual Communities. Project N95 discusses and explores the "new normal" with the community, in relation to the concept of virtual communities — groups that may include people with long-COVID, high risk factors, a healthy dose of caution, or many other circumstances. Experiences were shared from both sides, as well as ideas on communities that might be beneficial for the future.

  • Healthy Air Roundtable: Medical and Dental Appointments

    Healthy Air Roundtable: Medical and Dental Appointments

    Listen to "Project N95 Presents" from 1/31/2023, for a peer-to-peer discussion on the good experiences and struggles at medical and dental appointments, centering around the topic of clean air.