White House lit pink for Breast Cancer Awareness Month
WASHINGTON - The White House is glowing pink Sunday night to honor National Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
First Lady Melania Trump announced the display on social media Sunday, tweeting a photo of the front columns of the White House lit pink.
According to the American Cancer Society, one in every eight women is diagnosed with breast cancer each year.
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