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That breast cancer today garners an impressive amount of social awareness is no accident; it is the result of decades of committed activism beginning in the 1970s, and was driven in large part by the spirit of the women’s liberation … Continue reading

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Erika Anderson a contributing editor for Guernica magazine and whose writing appears in the New York Times and Vanity Fair, pens a searing remembrance of her close friend Julia, in the online magazine Gawker. Across America, or at least across … Continue reading

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When and how did the cultural phenomenon of the pink ribbon focus on breast cancer begin? The story begins in the early ’90s, in the dining room of Charlotte Haley, a Simi Valley, California woman appalled at the minuscule amount … Continue reading

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