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Webinar What Mama Didn't Tell You about Body Love and Eating Disorders Sept...

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Join Nalgona Positivity Pride for an evening of learning and mutual support. Everyone is welcome.

To receive log-in information please purchase your tix here.

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There are things our mothers did not get a chance to teach us.Whatever existing or non-existing relationship we may have withour mothers, this workshop is an opportunity to learn about thethings that our caregivers kept silent or never had the chance totalk to us about while growing up. This workshop will discussthe connection historical trauma has with eating disorders andthe way colonialism has impacted the way people of color andindigenous people view their bodies. Furthermore, participants will have the opportunity to learn about the dominance of thewhite-thin-cis hetero industrial complex and how it influencesthe way marginalized people get seen and treated in overallsociety. This workshop is coming from the perspective of awoman of color and welcomes people from all backgrounds toparticipate.

NPP workshops are sliding scale in order to meet people where they are at. "The economic concept of sliding scale at its most basic: people pay as they are able to for services, events and items. Those with access to more resources pay more and thus provide the cushion for those with less access to pay less, creating a sustainable economic underpinning for said services, events and items." Read more here: http://bit.ly/29LJ1OV

All tickets provide the same service. The limited free tickets are reserved for folks on a tight budget. Thank you for your support.

Please message us at npppride@gmail.com for any other questions.

Webinar is hosted through Zoom.

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