Judge Pat Stephens-Moss and ‘Sistahs-In-Law’ Battle Breast Cancer

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By Keisa Sharpe-Jefferson The Birmingham Times For a decade, Jefferson County Judge Patricia Stephens Moss has supported the Brenda’s Brown Bosom Buddies (BBBB) Sistah Strut, held annually at Birmingham’s Legion Field. While her support has strengthened, she now participates as one of the “Pink Sisters,” a breast cancer survivor who knows firsthand what women face in this personal health crisis. “I had no idea I’d be one of her Pink Sisters,” Stephens Moss said in a recent interview with The Birmingham Times. On Saturday, September 30, Stephens Moss not only continued her support but also brought a team of others, including police officers, judges, and judicial assistants—known as the “Sistahs in Law.” “This is more than a walk, it’s a movement,” Stephens Moss said on Saturday. “… And I’m thankful to be a part of the movement. I’m thankful that others who work in the legal field and others came out today.” In addition to bringing her team the judge brought some life-saving advice, too. “Always have your yearly mammograms. I couldn’t feel the lump, so if it hadn’t been for the mammogram and if it hadn’t been for the early detection, I might not be here today,” she said....