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3rd Annual HIP HOP IN PINK Urges Women To Be Their Own Health-Care Advocate
A Breast Cancer Event Highlights Hip Hop Music & Women's Health
The event will feature some of the freshest female entertainers to help support October’s Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Presented by MERDJ.com and partnering regional hip hop venue Judah’s Juke Joint, HIP HOP IN PINK will feature R&B/Pop songstress Shadina, Rap diva Voice, TT The Artist, Si-Notes, B-FLY, and X-Factor alum/singer-
Hosted by, Magic 95.9’s Civ Jones and 92Q Rap Attack’s DJ Angel Baby the night will be a celebration of women’s health and wellness. Vendors and Information tables will include tons of info and resources for women’s health. In addition Total Health Care staff will be scheduling physical appointments for those in attendance .
General admission is $5 and asking for a love offering to be donated to the American Cancer Society to help fight the disease with breast cancer research, information, services and access to mammograms for women who need them.
HIP HOP IN PINK is powered by MERDJ Media Group, Urban Artemis Foundation, Missy Promotions, New Hope Management SwaggNation, Total Health Care and Black Girl Mob Inc.
Media outlets seeking to cover this event please fill out the media access form via this link: http://singletonnewman.tumblr.com/
Hip Hop in Pink is an event that raises awareness and donations for organizations that promote breast care health. The movement was founded on the memories of family members and friends who have either been diagnosed or succumbed to the disease of breast cancer. Not wanting anymore premature deaths or diagnosis’s, the event promotes the principles of awareness and prevention by using Hip Hop culture as its vehicle.
Our goal is to educate the 21-40 year old demographic because learning about breast care health, and benefits of early detection at this age, can save lives. By teaching young people to be healthy and aware of their bodies, they are more likely to follow the recommendations regarding clinical exams, mammograms and regular doctor check-ups. Knowing the facts, taking action and early detection are the single most important factors in surviving a breast cancer diagnosis.
Page Updated Last on: Oct 15, 2012