A FOUNDATION NAMED AFTER FANNIE LOU HAMER IS FIGHTING CANCER DOOR-TO-DOOR
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FREDDIE WHITE-JOHNSON TALKING TO RALPH WALLS ABOUT PROSTATE CANCER
Desare Frazier

 

In the Mississippi Delta, 30 percent of black women who contract cancer are dying as compared with 19 percent of white woman. A cancer foundation named after Mississippi Civil Rights Activist Fannie Lou Hammer, is working to change that alarming rate.