Why We Strut

iHeartMedia St. Louis recognizes the affect Breast Cancer has on the women in the African American community and their families. We continue our dedication to the African American community in 2022 encouraging women to get mammograms because early detection saves lives. This year we are hosting our 13th Annual Sista Strut 3K Walk and Car Parade on Saturday, October 1st in Downtown St. Louis at the corner of 14th and Market to continue bringing awareness and raise money to give back to the community.

For the past 12 years, the Sista Strut Breast Cancer Walk has heightened awareness about the issues of breast cancer in women of color, as well as provided information on resources and saved lives of women in our community. Sista Strut also recognizes the strength of survivors, their family and friends, promotes early detection, and continues to search for a cure.

Sista Strut will benefit 5 organizations in the St. Louis Area, The Breakfast Club Inc., The Pink Angels Foundation, Siteman Cancer Center, The Mercy Breast Cancer Center and SSM Health- St. Mary's Hospital. We have donated more than $250,000 back to the community in an effort to find a cure and to help survivors and their families.

We look forward to seeing you Saturday, October 1st starting at 7:00am

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