The Pink and The Black Project started as a scholarly investigation, a research project, that grew from the personal experience of Dr. Annette. She questioned her own quality of life as a two time breast cancer survivor and that of other survivors as they negotiated their identities as survivors of breast cancer, women of faith, and strong Black women. This personal yet scholarly pursuit resulted in books, book chapters, articles, workshops, and presentations, and
The mission of The Pink and The Black Project is to increase political awareness and advocacy for women's health and community health. This advocacy goes beyond breast cancer to include policy awareness related to other health disparities in underrepresented communities. At the same time our advocacy encourages self-care and promotes health and wellness.
The goal of The Pink and The Black Project is to promote self-care and work collaboratively with other individuals, groups, and organizations to help them bring health, wellness, and policy messaging to their constituents.
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