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P.I.N.K. 4 The City & Tigerlily Foundation


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#ListenUpMBC We're Painting the City P.I.N.K.

- Providing Information Necessary to Know -

Thursday  |  October 22, 2020  |  7-9 PM 

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Sisters, join us for a virtual paint session while we share info and empower each other to advocate to end breast cancer disparities in Baltimore.

P.I.N.K. 4 the City presents "Paint the City P.I.N.K. Sip & Share" to encourage sisterhood and advocacy, in a space where women can have transparent conversations about breast cancer.

Attendees will learn from experts and share their stories with each other while being led during a virtual paint session to create a beautiful picture depicting “strength.”

 Paint with Local Baltimorean Artists Keva & Jasmin!   

Keva (Michelle) Richardson was born and raised in Baltimore, MD. As a hobby, art was always an interest for her creative imagination. At 21 the hobby became a divine call once she surrendered her life to Christ. Like John the Baptist who chose to fulfill his call from the wilderness, Keva chooses to fulfill hers from the art studio. Using her God given talent and heavenly insight, Keva uses her art to teach, inspire & transform the lives of those who experience her work. Her favorite scriptures to live by are 1 Timothy 4:12 & 16, Don’t let anyone look down on you because you are young, but set an example for the believers in speech, in conduct, in love, in faith and in purity; watch your life & doctrine closely. Persevere in them because if you do, you will save both yourself & your hearers. With these scriptures, Keva aims to be the example for the next generation of godly creatives & kingdom builders alike, forever thanking God that He chose her for such a humbling task. Follow @kevamichelle2511

Jasmin was born in Baltimore and developed a passion for fine arts at a young age. She went on to attend George Washington Carver Center for the Arts and Technology, in Towson, MD, where she studied drawing and painting. Here she developed a traditional style of painting and developed a passion for creating portraits. In 2007 she won a Gold Key/ Regional Award in the Scholastics Art and Writing Competition for an oil painting. Manning was recently selected among various artists to showcase her artwork at Baltimore's historical African American festival, AFRAM, during the summer of 2018. Jasmin was also selected in 2018 to display her work during Art Basel Weekend in Miami, FL at MUCE 305's Ode to Hip Hop Group Art Exhibition. Her work is currently on view at Frederick Douglass Isaac Myers Maritime Museum in Baltimore, MD. Manning's Solo exhibition 'Black Figures', A collection of Paintings and drawings of  black icons, is also currently on view at the historical Arena Player's, Inc in Baltimore. After graduating in 2008, she attended Frostburg State University where she studied graphic design. Jasmin eventually transferred to Towson University in 2009 and went on to graduate in 2013 with a Bachelor of Science in Art and Design. She hopes to use her art and creative talents to inspire others. Manning's work has also garnered the attention of actors such as comedian Martin Lawrence and actress Felicia "Snoop" Pearson of the hit HBO TV show "The Wire." Jasmin previously worked as the lead the graphic designer at Vape Dojo in Baltimore, Maryland, where she worked with the marketing team to establish brand identity through the creation of materials, label designs, campaigns and iconic logos. Follow @jasmin__art


Sip your beverage of choice from our P.I.N.K. signature tumbler while learning from Dr. Lori Wilson - Oncologist & MBC thriver living in Maryland!

Dr. Lori Wilson, Division Chief of Surgical Oncology, Howard University Hospital works with a multidisciplinary team to provide treatments tailored to each patient. Her expertise includes the treatment of breast, endocrine tumors, soft tissue, gastrointestinal and cutaneous neoplasms. Her work has been published in many peer-reviewed journals and focuses on discovering novel biomarkers and elucidating the causes for disparities in clinical outcomes. After helping hundreds of cancer patients, Dr. Wilson watched both of her parents battle the disease. In 2013, Dr. Wilson's life changed when she was diagnosed with two different types of breast cancer. As she entered treatment, Dr. Wilson agreed to share her journey for the documentary “Ken Burns Presents Cancer: The Emperor of Maladies”. Dr. Wilson's priority is to leverage her journey to serve patients and share her unique perspective with surgical residents. She works tirelessly to shed light on breast cancer disparities and served as a spokesperson for the Ad Council Know Your Girls breast cancer risk national campaign and was profiled in Essence magazine and The New York Times. Dr. Wilson was also a noted contributor to the Obama White House on the precision medicine initiative and as a presenter at the United State of Women Summit. Dr. Wilson earned her Bachelor of Science in Biology and Doctor of Medicine degrees from Georgetown University. In addition to her residency at Howard University Hospital, she also was a noted surgical oncology fellow at the John Wayne Cancer Institute. Follow her work at @DrLori_HBCUnit


Share your story with your community!

 Local Baltimore medical resources, breast health information and tips on ways to support local organizations working to end breast cancer disparities will be provided. National resources and a digital swag bag as well will be sent for you to share with your network!

The first 100 people registered will receive our FREE Paint, Sip & Share Kit complete with paints, brushes, pallet, canvas, apron, tablecloth, tumbler and breast health resources for you - and to share with your community!

Tigerlily Foundation is proud to partner to support their MBC ANGELs (Advocate Now to Grow, Empower & Lead) who are Advocates committed to ending Metastatic Breast Cancer (MBC) disparities in their 20 cities with the greatest breast cancer inequities. As a part of the MBC ANGEL yearlong training program, advocates commit to educate, empower and mobilize in their community. We are proud to pilot our first virtual local outreach event with MBC ANGEL and P.I.N.K. 4 the City Founder, Nicole Logan - a native Baltimorean. Read below to learn more about her work in her city and join us in October to hear her story!

Nicole Logan, Founder of P.I.N.K. 4 the City, presents this Breast Cancer Awareness Month's #ListenUpMBC local event as we work together to end breast cancer disparities in our lifetime. This virtual event will connect community members to agencies, breast centers and support groups available within their backyard! Our goal is to remove misconceptions about who battles with breast cancer, and provide medical resources.

P.I.N.K. (Providing Information Necessary to Know) is an arts and cultural event to raise awareness about breast cancer among young African American women, ages 18-40, in Baltimore. P.I.N.K.'s mission is to educate and prevent the onset of breast cancer by informing young women about the importance of knowing their breast health.  By fusing education and culture, P.I.N.K. hopes to raise awareness about the severity of breast cancer in the African American community and help save a life.

Providing Information Necessary to Know (P.I.N.K.) works to prevent and treat breast cancer, while honoring breast cancer survivors for their tenacious spirits. The women honored are more than survivors, they are fighters, champions and trailblazers for breast cancer advocacy. These women show the younger generation what it means to not allow your circumstances to hinder your purpose in life. 

Click here to learn more about P.I.N.K. and the past events.


Tigerlily Foundation’s mission is to educate, advocate for, empower and support young women – before during and after breast cancer. Our vision is to end disparities of age, stage and color.

DC Pink Divas mission is is an award-winning evidence-based training, outreach and patient navigation program designed to combat breast cancer disparities in the National Capital Area. "Divas" educate, empower and impact women where they live, work, play and pray to ensure that where a woman lives, will not determine if she lives.