The Pink Brief


The Revlon Dolls

For as long as I can remember, I have been the type of person that responds and reacts to a glass as half-empty.  The Christmas of 1958 was no exception.  Or shall I say, the Christmas of 1958, as I remember it. I would have been four years old and my sister was ten. ... read more

Black and White

What was going on in my junior high school was a reflection of what was going on in our country. There was a lot of anger, discord and turbulence. Words such “afro- centrism” and “black power” became a part of our vocabulary.

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October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month.    To say we all know that breast cancer exists is a misleading statement. We need to expand our level of awareness.  There are many variations and types of breast cancer.  Some breast cancers are more serious and life... read more

We Are All Family

“Having breast cancer means being ‘aware’ every day, not just in October.”  The Washington Post Today is October 1, and the beginning of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.  There are some in the breast cancer world who say we do not need more awareness, we... read more

Pink. Brief. Real.

“Hope” is the thing with feathers— That perches in the soul— And sings the tune without the words— And never stops — at all…. ~Emily Dickinson, c.1861 The world of breast cancer is a peculiar place.  Years ago, it used to be that people would speak... read more

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