OCTOBER 7, 2021 – Bishop Arts
Please join the Mammogram Poster Girls and our sponsors, Good Space, Methodist Health System, Square Foot, Perdue Realty Group, the Drew Laws Team/Caliber Home Loans, Dallas Lite & Barricade, Schenkel Properties, Across the River Studios, Go Oak Cliff, BancorpSouth, Elleco, RGB Custom PC, and Chase Texas Art for our 9th Annual Shop Eat Drink PINK! event. Produced by FestEvents Group it’s a street party with great food and drinks, games, and music in the Bishop Arts District.
408 W 8th St., Dallas TX 75208 will be party central!
The weather should be great and we look forward seeing you all there. We want everyone to have a fantastic experience, so ticket sales are limited to 350.
This event and our other efforts fund early detection services (mammograms) and prevention with a focus on under/uninsured women in the southern sector of Dallas. We partner with the Methodist Health System to ensure the highest quality services and care.
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MPG Mondays at Methodist--beginning in February free mammograms, sponsored by the Mammogram Poster Girls, will be available for under and uninsured patients at the Methodist Charlton and Methodist Dallas Medical Centers’ women’s imaging centers on the following schedule:
|Methodist Charlton Medical Center||Methodist Dallas Medical Center|
|Every 1st Monday||Every 3rd Monday|
The Mammogram Poster Girls condemn racism in all forms and the structural inequities that affect communities of color. Our focus from the beginning has been to provide mammograms for those unable to afford them—focusing on the Southern sector of Dallas, where the need is greatest.
Like many of you, we are listening and learning. We want to make an impact and become better equipped to adequately address the issues at hand. We believe that where you live should not determine if you live. Healthcare is one pillar in achieving social justice and we are more motivated than ever to erase the structural racism that not only impedes the pathway to living in an equitable society but also fuels the health disparities we see today. Until this vision becomes a reality, we want you to know that we are here, and we are with you.