Advocacy in Your Community

Breast cancer strikes one out of eight American women. While breast cancer rates are similar for black and white women, black women are 40% more likely to die of it than white women. Mother and daughter Anita T. Conner and Kerri Conner Matchett both went through this life-changing experience, and it prompted them to start Praise Is the Cure, a nonprofit that uplifts breast cancer patients, celebrates survivors, and promotes cancer research for women of color. Come hear their stories and learn how to voice your own as a way of sparking change within your community.

ANITA T. CONNER and KERRI CONNER MATCHETT

Founders, Praise Is The Cure

342 – $36

Monday, 4/27
7 to 8:30 p.m.
Room 106
Cheltenham High School