The Dallas Skyline Turned Pink for Breast Cancer Awareness

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Dallas’s skyline looked gorgeous in pink on Tuesday night. The bright pink lights graced the night sky to create awareness and recognize the hardships of  breast cancer during Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

The lights are part of the initiative from The National Breast Cancer Foundation called “Light it Up.” As CBSDFW says, “Their mission is to help women now by providing help and inspiring hope to those affected by breast cancer through early detection, education, and support services.” They listed the buildings who were able to participate: “AT&T, Hall Arts, Bank of America Plaza, Dallas Power & Light, Harwood, Highland Park Village, The Joule, Millenium Tower, Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center, Omni Hotel, One Arts Plaza and 1717 McKinney.”

The National Breast Cancer Foundation created a Facebook event where over 3,000 people showed interest in the downtown-wide showing. Many photographers walked across the city snapping photos for the unusual sights. Perhaps the building that screamed “pink” the most was the Omni Hotel, while AT&T opted for a more subtle, yet very effective way to show their support and acknowledgement of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

Photo Credit: Mikeybnguyen

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