Teen Cheerleaders Barred From Wearing Breast Cancer Uniforms
Cheerleaders at a Tampa Bay high school were told they couldn't wear their pink breast-cancer uniforms because they violated school policy.By Christine Slusser | October 15, 2015
It's October. That means three things: pumpkin-everything, Halloween and the color pink — everywhere.
National Breast Cancer Awareness Month was founded in 1985. It's why you see so much pink in sports and Halloween decor.
Some high school cheerleaders in Tampa, Florida, wanted to join the pink-wearing tradition but were told their pink uniforms were against school policy — after they had worn them the year before.