|Button Chair on display|
The Button Chair was created in 1998 as a tribute to all women - as well as their families, friends and support networks - who have battled breast cancer in North Carolina. Every button represents a unique story of courage and strength, each having belonged to a breast cancer survivor or someone who lost their battle with the disease.
Brought to campus by the NC Institute for Public Health, the service and outreach arm of the Carolina School of Public Health, the Button Chair will be on display in the Michael Hooker Research Center atrium from May 1 to May 12.
View the flyer (pdf)