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HACLA Honors Breast Cancer Survivors with Annual Pink Out Event
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10/17/2023
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Each year in October for Breast Cancer Awareness month, HACLA employees choose a day where everyone is encouraged to wear pink. Implemented years ago by HACLA employees, the HACLA "Pink Out" has served as a way to remember those who have lost the battle with breast cancer, support and encourage those still in the fight, and honor survivors who have overcome. Employees participated across our various sites, including our main headquarters and satellite offices across Los Angeles. 

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