ZuriWorks is a non-profit that teaches women affected by cancer to use art and their voices to become effective advocates for cancer awareness and education.
The ZuriWork’s Exposures Project is a photo education exhibit shot by cancer survivors. It depicts survival stories of women that would otherwise go untold. Portraying African-American women battling cancer, the Exposures Projects provides a fresh perspective on cancer and redefines what it means to be a survivor. In recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, ZuriWorks is raising awareness with the Big Chop to Stop Cancer, a natural hair and art event. Join them for the Big Chop to Stop Cancer Anniversary Benefit on Thursday October 24, 2013 from 6-9 pm at 1776 (1133 15th Street NW Suite 1200 Washington, DC 20005).
Tickets are complementary and food & entertainment is included. RSVP today at www.bigchop.eventbrite.com.
Marie Young says
Another very cool event in DC that I will miss… le sigh…
Coily Locks says
I feel your pain! I grew up in DC and every time I go home for a visit NOTHING cool is going on. You can always come to Nashville and we can go line dancing or hangout downtown and talk about all the tourists wearing cowboy boots and big azz hats…LOL