The community of Baltimore showed up and out, in the rain, excited to walk in our first annual Survivor Soul Stroll to benefit breast cancer research and awareness at Canton Waterfront Park. Some walked in memory of a loved one or in support of a survivor, and others walked as survivors themselves. Together we made a statement that spoke to love and strength, as seen in the video up top and photos below.
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Breast Cancer is a disease that affects the lives of thousands of families in the Baltimore area every year, especially in the African-American community. On May 13, we all made a difference. See more survivor stories below.
- See Walker Photos From The 2017 Survivor Soul Stroll
- Baltimoreans Share Emotional Breast Cancer Story
- Candid Breast Survivor Photos From Canton Waterfront Park
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Baltimore Gathers For First Annual Survivor Soul Stroll [EXCLUSIVE VIDEO + PHOTOS] was originally published on magicbaltimore.com
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