breast cancer awareness

Latonya Brumfield was diagnosed with breast cancer February of 2014.  With the support of her family and church, she has been able to beat cancer and be a true inspiration to many woman all over the world. Check out Latonya’s story below. WATCH VIDEO BELOW ⬇️ The Latest Gospel News and Inspiration: Sign Up For Our […]

On Thursday, the American Cancer Society released a shocking new report with disturbing findings — for the first time in history, breast cancer incidence in Black women is equal to that of their White counterparts. The statistics were a shocking blow as Black women’s mortality rate has consistently been higher than any other racial or […]

Let’s face it beauties, we love to shop. But with October being National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, why not spend our hard-earned dollars on products that will benefit research for the disease? Breast cancer remains the most commonly-diagnosed form of cancer for African American women. Worse, our mortality rate is nearly twice as high as […]

You’re invited to the Slather Butters Pink Affair hosted by news anchor, Demarco Morgan & Upscale Entertainment Editor, Satchel Jester.   This free event will be Thursday, October 29 from 6-9P at the Bailey Agency School of Fashion.   RSVP by 10/27 to hello@slatherbutters.org    For more info, click HERE  

We salute Pittsburgh Steelers running back DeAngelo Williams for keeping the memory of his late mother, Sandra Hill, alive in such an impactful way. In 2014 she succumbed to breast cancer at the age of 53. According to ABC, he’s also lost four aunts to the disease. In memory of his mother, DeAngelo will now pay for 53 […]

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  The Susan G. Komen Foundation has enlisted the help of a doo-wop to remind you to get tested for Breast Cancer. Susan G. Komen…

Nestle Fitness is promoting breast cancer awareness by seeing how many people they can catch sneaking a peek at one woman’s cleavage. You might recognize…

Sisters Network Inc. (“SNI”), the only national African-American breast cancer survivorship organization, has launched TEENS 4 PINK, a new program that aims to educate and…