The Calasparra Se Mueve Collective has placed the pink mask on the statue of the Arrocero Fountain, on International Breast Cancer Day.
Being a disease that affects a large part of the female population both in Spain and in the world, this day is promoted by the WHO (World Health Organization), which seeks to promote the early detection of breast cancer according to the organization breast cancer is the most common among women.This time it was Isaac, who shouted "Yes we can!" has placed the mask with the logo of the collective to the rice cook.
A visibility action whose objective is to increase the attention and support given to the awareness, early detection, treatment and palliative care of those who suffer from the pathology.Councilors Juan José López and Cristina Ruiz have accompanied the group, who then went to the City Council to place two pink ribbons on the balcony.
These ties will remain on the façade of the town hall until next October 25, the day on which VI MARCHA ROSA will take place, which this year will be held virtually.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Calasparra