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STORY AND PHOTOS BY ALEXANDER CASTELLO
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Dee Rivera and Shop Addicts hosted a girly girl event that pampered the girls with cupcakes, massage, manicure and makeup application by Iman Cosmetics .The fun night out happened at the trendy hotel Yotel which turned pink for a major cause, to benefit the Sisters Network Inc. (a national African American Breast Cancer Survivorship created in 94) and to promote awareness. Ten percent of the tickets were donated for the Sister Network Brooklyn Chapter.
The evening also had the presence of a young talent of only 14 years old, the fashion designer Tyyan Williams with her fashion line Pinky Sez, mesmerized the audience with glamorous dresses displayed by the cutest models ever. The girls rocked the pink carpet with their diva attitude.
The night wasn’t starred only by sweet moments, the evening got emotional when members of Sisters Network shared their battle against Cancer and their victory over the disease giving hope for others who are experiencing similar stories. Sisters were born when Karen Jackson was diagnosed with cancer and went through all the lack of support and knowledge from traditional organizations especially for African American women who are affected more by Triple Negative Cancer, which is usually more invasive. Her goal was to create an organization that women could receive a comprehensive medical care and social support.
Nowadays the organization is a leading voice and only national African American Cancer Survivorship organization in the United States helping millions of women to fight Breast Cancer.