Beat Stage 3 is Standing Up To Colon Cancer And Bringing Awareness To The Masses

March is Colon Cancer Awareness Month.  On Saturday, March 11 2017, Black Women Stand Up’s Co-Founder, Tiffany Braxton attended the Beat Stage 3 Colon Cancer Awareness Event in New York City at the Borough Hall Building in Brooklyn.  The event was in Honor of and Celebrated Beat Stage Three’s Co-Founder, C. Diane Nathaniel (Diane), a Stage 3 Colorectal Cancer Survivor, and served as a vehicle in bringing awareness to the disease.

Beat Stage 3 is a 501(c)3 not for profit organization started by Co-Founders, Helen L. Collen and Diane Nathaniel.  Beat Stage 3 promotes image consciousness and renewed self-love for cancer Fighters and Survivors.  Find out more about the organization and the work they are doing by visiting their website at Beat Stage 3, where you can also donate to the cause.

 

The Sands of Time Table was a reminder to everyone that the world is fighting against various forms of cancers, and each color represents a different type.

Beat Stage Three’s Co-Founder, Diane Nathaniel will be our “Goddess Spotlight” Feature before Colon Cancer Awareness Month comes to an end…Stay Tuned.

#LiveLongerStronger #IamDiane #BeatStage3 #ColonCancerAwareness

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#WednesdayWords – Happy International Women’s Day

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Happy International Women’s Day!  Today is truly a phenomenal day as we Celebrate All Women.  Whatever you are doing today it is our hope that you are standing a little taller and smiling even harder while doing it.  If you took off today to stand in solidarity for #ADayWithoutAWoman we salute and thank you.

Check out #BWSU C0-Founder, T. Braxton on Periscope sending love to women everywhere, and letting everyone know why she is #ProudToBeAWoman – Are You? Please comment below and share, we want to hear from you today.

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Queens, continue to let your light shine, dim it for no one.  We are Women, We are the backbones of our families, communities and the world!  Stand up, Rise up and Never Give Up on yourself or your belief in a better world!

Peace and Always Love,

#BWSU Family

Paying Homage to Gwen Ifill

Hearing that long-time Journalist Gwen Ifill passed away on Monday, November 14, 2016 from a type of Uterine (endometrial) Cancer saddened many, especially  BlackWomenStandUp.com’s  (BWSU) Co-Founder, Tiffany Braxton, who in 2013 lost her mother to the same type of cancer.  That prompted an annual cancer awareness initiative “Love Your Va-Jay-Jay” Day (read more about that “Love Your Va-Jay-Jay Day” April 10th, 2016).  Today we pay homage to Gwen Ifill, a woman who made such an impact on the world through her work, and we honor this Queen by adding her to our Cancer Memorial Wall, which honors Black Women and all Women of Color who have transitioned on from either one of the five types of gynecological cancers or breast cancer.

Who Was Gwen Ifill

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PBS Anchor Gwendolyn L. “GwenIfill, born – September 29, 1955  transitioned – November 14, 2016, was an American Peabody Award-winning journalist, television newscaster, and author. In 1999, she became the first African American woman to host a major political TV show with Washington Week in Review. She was born in New York City. (Read more…https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gwen_Ifill).

#BWSU #Cancer Awareness #CheckUpOnIt

Rest In Power (R.I.P.) Gwen Ifill, Thank you for being a Trailblazer, and being an example for all Black and Brown Women and Girls! #BWSU 

BWSU’s “Goddess Spotlight” Dr. Mom Pt. 2

Black Women Stand Up.com’s Co-Founder, Tiffany Braxton interviewed Dr. Doris Higginbottom (Dr. Mom) for the site’s first “Goddess Spotlight” feature, below is the second part of a three part video interview with Dr. Mom.

In this episode Dr. Mom delves into the start of her educational journey towards her PhD, as an older woman with nine children returning to school.  She  shares what kept her motivated and inspired to keep going.  You can check out Pt. 2 of Ep. 1 below. Please comment and share because you never know whom you may inspire to become their best self after watching!  Thank you.

Join us on FB as well, and be a part of the  Black Women Stand Up FB Community:)  Tell a friend to tell a friend!

Peace and Love.

Wednesday Words: Women Helping Women #EntrepreneurialLeap

Yesterday BlackWomenStandUp.com launched the #EntrepreneurialLeap Challenge designed to assist 100 Women become Entrepreneurs through business ownership and leveraging the power of network marketing.  The goal, put the women in front of the right product, with proven successful mentors, and a crystal clear action plan to help them first, earn extra income as they learn and earn their way towards financial freedom.  The great thing about taking the #EntrepreneurialLeap with BlackWomenStandUp.com is that the women we choose to help will have choices as to how they wish to proceed in making their entrepreneurial dream a reality, it may be through assisting them in uncovering their true purpose or using their unique abilities (God given talents) to serve and empower others, either way you have women dedicated to seeing you win.

We want women to take their life in their own hands and take the leap towards living a life on purpose. Fear will always be there but nothing defeats fear like action, you must act in spite of…

Opportunity #1 click here: Tiffany Braxton Organo Profile – Check out the video at the top of the page “The Coffee That Pays” if you would like more information or to set up an appointment to discuss further after viewing follow instructions below.  Thank you.

Take the #EntrepreneurialLeap today!  Email: BlackWomenStandUp@gmail.com with #EntrepreneurialLeap in the Subject Line.

Peace and Love,

#BWSU #WednesdayWords

BlackWomenStandUp.com Continues its Breast Cancer Awareness Initiative…

Through its Cancer Memorial and Survivor Walls, Black Women Stand Up honors the lives of black women and women of color who have transitioned on from breast cancer, and celebrates those who are standing strong as survivors. The walls allow loved ones to submit a photo with a message in honor of their family member or friend and helps to bring awareness to this disease which continues to affect black women at disproportionate rates.

We will continue our efforts as we stand for a world free from cancer! Please take some time to visit our Walls to see the faces of the beautiful Queens who are being celebrated and honored.

Here are the direct links for each wall:

https://blackwomenstandup.com/cancer-memorial-wall/

https://blackwomenstandup.com/survivors-wall/

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We are currently planning our 2016 Gynecological and Breast Cancer Awareness Initiative Event and Online Campaign “Love Your Va-Jay-Jay-Day.” We are in need of items for gift bags and/or monetary donations. Nothing like the power of collaboration, so join us in our efforts and lets make a difference! Visit our Donate Page today:) Thank you.

#WednesdayWords

Peace and Love,
#BWSU Family