Breast Cancer Awareness

Centennial High School Hosts 12th Annual Compton Walk for a Cure

On October 7, the 12th Annual Compton Walk for a Cure was held at Centennial High School. According to event co-founder Satra Zurita, “The walk was an opportunity for the community to come together to unite and raise awareness about breast cancer.”

Mothers In Action and Black Health Matters Host Mobile Screening Event

On Saturday, April 2, Mothers in Action partnered with Black Health Matters to provide mobile digital mammograms to the Los Angeles community. Screenings were distributed from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., on the back lot of the Los Angeles Sentinel office, located at 3800 Crenshaw Blvd., in Los Angeles. Explaining why her organization hosted the event, MIA President Tracy Mitchell, stated, “Black women disproportionately get and do not survive breast cancer because it is not detected early enough. “I currently have two people that I consider family that are struggling with the disease right now and I have known quite

Check Your Breast

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has released that Black women are 40% more likely to die of breast cancer than white women. One in eight women born today will have breast cancer in their lifetime, however, many women still lack proper education on breast health.  

“Men-O-Pause-Ages of the Colors of Love” Choreopoem/Stageplay

Founder of Meek Ent. & PR has decided to host another live event bringing awareness to social causes. Meek Entertainment & PR is excited to bring you a community event which brings awareness to Menopause over a three day weekend on September 14-16, 2018, at the Inglewood “Willie Agee” Playhouse. The play “Men-O-Pause-Ages of the Colors of Love,” features 9 ladies on stage sharing their different experiences of Menopause and how it has affected their relationships with the Men in their life, their mental, physical and emotional health and their life overall.