In this Book
Challenging the broader cultural milieu of pink ribbon symbolism and breast cancer "awareness" campaigns, this movement has grown from a handful of community-based organizations into a national entity, shaping the cultural, political, and public health landscape. Much of the activists' everyday work revolves around describing how the so called "cancer industry" downplays possible environmental links to protect their political and economic interests and they demand that the public play a role in scientific, policy, and public health decision-making to build a new framework of breast cancer prevention.
From Pink to Green successfully explores the intersection between breast cancer activism and the environmental health sciences, incorporating public and scientific debates as well as policy implications to public health and environmental agendas.
Table of Contents
- pp. vii-viii
- pp. ix-x
- Chapter 1: A Movement in the Making
- pp. 1-18
- Chapter 5: The Cultural Politics of Sisterhood
- pp. 106-136
- Chapter 8: Still in the Making
- pp. 187-204
- pp. 205-238
- pp. 239-252