Breast Cancer–Pink Ribbons and tears are not enough

In 1974, former First Lady Betty Ford announced publicly that she had undergone a mastectomy. This helped to de-stigmatize and bring awareness to, a very private and painful issue that many women faced alone. Since that announcement, billions of dollars have been raised in the name of “breast can...

Monsanto Sponsors Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure®: Partners in Bio-Tech Terrorism

On a beautiful morning in St. Louis, MO, thousands of race participants gathered at the starting line of the Susan G. Koman Foundation’s Race for the Cure® 5k Run. Buried among the many tents and booths offering health literature and pink merchandise, we found an interesting sponsor: Monsanto Com...

I Will Not Be Pinkwashed: Komen’s Race is for Money, Not the Cure

Story at-a-glance The multimillion-dollar company behind all those pink “breast cancer awareness” ribbons — the Susan G. Komen Foundation – uses less than a dime of each dollar to actually look for a breast cancer cure, as promised Plastering pink ribbons on every conceivable product has much mor...