'Black Women Are Dying'

But the power to change this is in your hands

Black women are 41% more likely to die from breast cancer than White women, despite being less likely to be diagnosed with it in the first place

We believe in protecting all women and persons with breasts, but we center Black women in our approach due to the significant disparities in access to breast health resources and higher chance of death.

Knowledge is Power

Take control of your breast health

Use our Breast Health Toolkit to find info on self-breast exam techniques, self-care guides, and explainers for everything you need to know about breast cancer.


Resources to stay healthy

Check out our list of national and local Atlanta breast health resources to find free mammograms near you, breast cancer treatment facilities, and other providers you need to stay healthy and informed.

In the Know

Breast Health Blog

Read our latest blogs on breast health science, public health initiatives, and other important developments.

Black Women Are Dying. Here's What's Killing Them.

Empower yourself with knowledge on breast cancer diagnosis and triple-negative breast cancer. Join the NANA Project to improve health equity. #BreastCancer #TripleNegativeCancer

SisterLove, Inc Partners with Groups to Raise Awareness for Triple-Negative Breast Cancer

SisterLove was in the Big Easy to build awareness for breast health...

Thriving After Triple-Negative Breast Cancer - Stories of Survival, Resilience, and Hope

Triple-negative breast cancer is an aggressive form that affects Black women at 200% the rate of other ethnicities. The key to survival is..

Worried About Breast Cancer? Here's a List of Healthcare Resources.

Get the resources you need to check yourself for breast cancer.

HIV and Triple-Negative Breast Cancer? Here's What You Need to Know.

Empower Black women with knowledge about HIV and Triple-Negative Breast Cancer. Learn about the risks and treatment challenges they face.

What are the Symptoms of Breast Cancer? Here's How You Can Check.

How to Check Yourself for Breast CancerIn 2020, breast cancer surpassed lung cancer to become the most common cancer in people across the globe. It is also the leading cancer diagnosed in American…

Breast Cancer Health Event

Check out the latest breast health screening event, webinar, or other engagements you can participate in

Sat 10 May 2024