Bulletin Today | Legacy | Personal Health | PoliticsBreast cancer activist Barbara Brenner, who died on May 10 at age 61 in San Francisco, refused to wear a pink ribbon. As she told a newspaper interviewer back in 1996, she already wore a symbol of her concern about the disease: a horizontal scar across her chest. But more important, she was offended by what she saw as an empty feel-good gesture. “They’re trying to turn breast cancer into a safe thing,” she railed. “Just get a wig and get …
Bulletin Today | News RoundupsNalcrest is a haven for retired mail carriers, and they’re “delivering a first-class protest” against the demise of the U.S. Postal Service.
PoliticsDorothy Height was a hero. The leader of the civil rights movement who played an essential role in several of the achievements the movement made for equality in the 50s and 60s, passed away yesterday. Her work for racial equality and women’s rights will not be forgotten. Check out the video below honoring her memory, and read more about this extraordinary woman’s life here. http://c.brightcove.com/services/viewer/federated_f9/24025409001?isVid=1