Join us for a gathering of women’s voices celebrating their faith, strength and their will to survive, overcome and thrive in the face of breast cancer. Women will share their stories through spoken word, poetry, dance and more.
The event starts at 6:00 pm with reception/red carpet and production will start at 7 pm.
There will be a Q&A panel discussion after the presentation featuring Dr. Regina Hampton, President Doctors Community Hospital & Founder Breast Care for Washington, Dr Laray Imani Price, PHD - Psychologist, Cancer Survivorship Care, Women's Inner Fitness & Wellness Ctr. and a notable genetic testing and nutrition health experts.
Partial funds to benefit the ‘MobileMammo’ program: “D.C. has the highest breast cancer mortality rate in the nation, but a new mobile mammography program seeks to change that.” Read more >>> click here
Early Bird By 8/1: $20.00
Online By: 9/24: $25.00
At The Door: $30.00
Performance sponsored in part by Joe’s Movement Emporium.
"My Journey Hasn't Been Easy, But.... I Am Still Standing"
- Sarah Jakes
Shades of Pink..Our Voices, Our Stores is a dramatic monologue journey via music, dance and poetry of seven women of various ages, backgrounds and life experiences but are connected only because they all shared a diagnosis that does not discriminate...Breast Cancer. Each monologue-shade of Pink story weaves interconnected to give there powerful inspiring stories a voice showcasing there faith, strength and will to survive and thrive.
After the production there will be an informative expert panel discussion and Q&A regarding detection, diagnosis, treatment, survivorship and living with breast cancer. Partial proceeds of this production will go towards Breast Care for Washington's MobileMammo campaign. The MobileMammo is a Hologic 3D mammography bus that will roll out to communities is D.C. to provide screening and care to the underserved. D.C. has the highest breast cancer mortality rate in the nation.