Tag Archives: Krystal Redman

The four featured guests on BCAction's podcast episode Addressing Disparities: Screening vs. Systemic ChangeTune in to our new podcast

By Jayla Burton, Program Manager Breast cancer is foundationally a social justice issue, and it is also a racial justice issue.  When it comes to breast cancer, we are far too familiar with racial disparities in diagnosis, treatment, and mortality. Screening has... Read more
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Breast Cancer Action Podcast logoAddressing Disparities: Screening vs. Systemic Change

Most of us are familiar with the serious health inequities that exist among different racial, ethnic, and cultural groups when it comes to illness. Breast cancer is no exception. Join BCAction Program Manager Jayla’s conversation with four podcast guests: Marissa Thomas,... Read more
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Five people holding signs about what health justice means to them. Text reads Donate Today, Spring Fundraising Goal: $25,000.Science -> Change

By Krystal Redman, Executive Director BCAction’s 2020 Think Before You Pink® campaign changed how the National Cancer Institute (NCI) communicates about breast cancer. This will impact how breast cancer is addressed across the nation going forward. The changes... Read more
Posted in E-Alerts

Donate TodayWe connect science and lived experiences

By Krystal Redman, Executive Director It’s been three months since I joined the Breast Cancer Action team, and I can already see the indispensable impact we have on the breast cancer movement.   We bring together evidence-based scientific expertise and the lived... Read more
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Krystal Redman SpeakingExecutive Director Krystal Redman on the work of BCAction in 2021 and going forward

In their first speaking appearance as Breast Cancer Action' Executive Director, Krystal Redman outlines their vision for the work of the organization. The following clips include highlights from their talk, speaking to questions such as: What do systemic oppressions and... Read more
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