In 2007 the Boston Public Health Commission established the Pink and Black Team to raise money for the American Cancer Society Making Strides Walk Against Breast Cancer. The Pink and Black team is named after the Pink and Black Campaign which raises awareness about breast cancer survival for Black women. Black women are more likely to die after being diagnosed with breast cancer than women of other races.
Joining the Pink and Black Team will help in this cause, and allow women of color to speak out about their battle with breast cancer. Please join us if you are a breast cancer survivor, friend or family member, or you care about this cause.
What is Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk?
The American Cancer Society Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walk in Boston will raise awareness and money to fight against breast cancer. The money will fund life saving research and to support programs related to breast cancer prevention, treatment, and healing.
The next Making Strides walk will be:
Location: Charles River Esplanade, DCR Hatch Memorial Shell
Rolling start: 8 - 10 a.m.
Walk length: 5.7 miles
Join the Pink and Black Team
To join the Pink and Black team please contact Carmen Johnson at 617-534-4960
Pink and Black Campaign
American Cancer Society Making Strides for Breast Cancer Walk