Milwaukee breast cancer walk


Ava. Age: 25.

Organizers say more than 5, people showed up for the opening ceremony and walk that began at 9 a. The morning kicked off with high energy. Thousands of survivors, fighters and their supporters braved the rain Sunday to stand up to breast cancer. Rain or shine, organizers say the community had one ultimate goal- to get one step closer to finding a cure for breast cancer.


Sloan. Age: 31.

Southeast Wisconsin MORE THAN PINK Walk

Robbins is an inspiration to her class members and those around her, from her positive attitude, an outsider would not know that she battles her own health challenges that include arthritis and cancer. She is a retired registered nurse who has lived in Milwaukee all of her life. It starts my day, ends my day, and keeps me on the right track.


Ariah. Age: 27.

American Cancer Society Making Strides Against Breast Cancer of Milwaukee, presented by Kohl’s

Henry Maier Festival Park is the setting for a series of events, concerts and ethnic and cultural festivals that attract an average of 1. Below are the events that took place in Events planned for the year have not been announced yet.

Sista Strut aims to heighten awareness about the issues of breast cancer in women of color, as well as provide information on community resources. Studies show that African American women are more likely to get breast cancer at a younger age and have a death rate from breast cancer higher than Caucasian women of the same age. Sista Strut recognizes the strength of survivors, their family and friends, heightens awareness, promotes early detection and the search for a cure.