Motorcade of 100 female riders will embark at 10 a.m.
Riding from Compton to Downtown Los Angeles
WEAR PINK FOR THE BEST PINK OUTFIT CONTEST
WHERE: McDonald’s, 1733 Alameda St, Compton, CA 90220
WHAT: Los Angeles McDonald’s franchisees and sisters Nicole Harper Rawlins and Kerri Harper-Howie are teaming up with global women’s healthcare organization, Tigerlily Foundation’s ANGEL Advocacy Program to host a community event in the City of Compton to promote breast cancer awareness and advocacy in Black and marginalized communities.
• Women’s VA Health Care of Long Beach will provide free breast cancer screenings, educational materials and information about local resources available to women in underserved neighborhoods.
• Black Girls Ride – a Motorcycle Magazine and national motorcycle movement, driving inclusion for women of color – will lead a motorcade of 100 female riders on an honor ride through South LA in support of women at every stage of the breast cancer journey.
About Tigerlily Foundation and ANGEL Advocacy Program:
The Tigerlily Foundation, founded by Maimah Karmo, is committed to mobilizing our community of young women, caregivers, and loved ones to transform lives. With the goal of ending disparities and improving health outcomes for Black women living with breast cancer, the Foundation’s ANGEL Advocacy Program provides comprehensive training to empower women of color in becoming advocates for creating change. For more information, visit tigerlilyfoundation.org