“It is time for parents to teach young people on that in diversity there is beauty and there is strength.” ~ Maya Angelou “今時今日家長應該教導年青人, 在多元互尊的文化社會中, 找到美善和力量。” https://goo.gl/DA7BHc
We also finalized the list for the second addition of " The Think Pink Warriors". For those who do not know the Think Pink Warriors was created to provide a platform for persons who formed organizations stemming from their diagnosis with cancer at younger ages, now in complete remission using their strengths to help others now facing the same battle. This was incorporated because of the need to provide more information on how our communities have been affected but not publicized in the media. Bk Girls Night Out believes that once woman are together in a room we should always be learning.
The ladies recently answered questions about their journey as breast cancer survivors, how it changed their lives, and what they have been doing since diagnosis and complete remission.
Here is an interview with Maysa Razeq diagnosed at age 19, and again at 23. To read more head over to bkgirlsnightout.com and come meet @pinot_noir_ During the Think Pink Event.... .