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Legendary actress Pam Grier is lending her name to the national event (which now takes place in over 60 cities) for the fifth year in a row, which she told us has a lot to do with her being a cancer survivor.“Knowing what happened when I was ill,” Pam said, “knowing that people were afraid of ‘the C word’ in 1988.
I thought I had more friends and it’s very difficult for family to take time off to help you in your recover and I realized that no matter how much money you have, sometimes it’s the dear closest people to you that can’t be there.
So when you don’t have the funds and you don’t have family, how do people who are living with HIV/AIDS make it, survive, get well?
”Pam is proud to be a part of the fundraiser, which just last year helped more than 5000 people get health insurance and almost 200,000 receive counseling and testing.
She said, 'I'm human and there was a great chance that I wouldn't be here. There are a lot of strong people who don't make it. You're lucky if you can think hour-to-hour, day-to-day and plan for the next week I think myself as a strong person." Both Pam and Kevin did not bother to reveal the reason for their split, but even after Pam's hopes of marrying and having children with Kevin were crushed, it did not stop her from continuing her career.
This Thursday, April 30 marks the 24th year Dining Out For Life will raise money to benefit AIDS service organizations.Pamela Suzette Grier, professionally known as Pam Grier came from a black ethnicity American actress and was born in North Carolina in 1949.She is a daughter and one of four children to her nurse mother Gwendolyn Sylvia and her father Clarence Ransom Grier, Jr., a sergeant in the U. She pursued acting as her career from a very young age although it was only during the 70s that she rose to popularity.Caption: Pam Grier with school lover Richard Pryor.