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Body Positive Poster (11x17)

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Body Positive, eating disorders, feminist, feminist poster, feminism,

This poster is ideal for community spaces, offices, and everywhere else.

Made with glossy paper
Approx. 11x17
Poster might be slightly bigger and may require cutting when putting poster in frame.

"You are in a body-positive zone
Please refrain from the following:
Diet/weight talk
Body policing (criticizing appearances)
Food shaming (judging food options or eating habits)
Health or Concern Trolling (keep your health advice to yourself)
Gender policing (reinforcing gender norms)
Please do embrace all bodies, abilities, and genders
nalgonapositivititypride.com"

Like our message? Check out our other goodies: https://www.etsy.com/shop/NalgonaPositiveShop

Follow me:
Instagram @nalgonapositivitypride
Facebook: www.facebook.com/nalgonapositivepride/

Do take note that our shipping time frames vary from 1-5 weeks. Thank you for the support. <3

Nalgona Positivity Pride (NPP) is a xicana-indigenous body-positive organization that provides intersectional eating disorders education and community-based support for people of color who are struggling with troubled eating and poor body-image. After not seeing her own experiences reflected and the lack of cultural awareness in the eating disorder world, Gloria Lucas started NPP in 2014 out of an urgent need to create a platform for communities of color and indigenous-descent communities who struggle alone. Gloria first-hand experienced the isolation that comes with being a person of color with an eating disorder and the absence of services for low-income people.
NPP’s line of work focuses on uncovering the impacts of colonialism, social oppression, historical trauma and its role in impairing relationships indigenous-descent people have with food and body-image. NPP’s goal is to help people of color and indigenous descent folks find education and resources for self-empowering, resistance, and healing.

In addition NPP has:

- been featured in MiTu, NPR, Bitch Magazine, Remezcla, Huffington Post, Cosmopolitan, Latina, and Bustle.
spoken in multiple national conferences including The Binge Eating Disorder Association Conference, National Eating Disorders Association, & The Fat Activism Conference

- lectured internationally and has spoken at The University of California, Santa Cruz, The University of Texas at San Antonio, School of Social Work University of Michigan, and the University of California, Los Angeles
over 70k social media followers

- collaborated with The Body is Not An Apology, Association for Size Diversity and Health (ASDAH), National Eating Disorders Association (NEDA,) and Trans-Folx Fighting Eating Disorders (T-Ffed).


Finally, NPP lectures, hosts events, hosts support groups, and creates social media content as a way to reach out to and empowers the individuals whose bodies are systematically at the margins of white/ mainstream ‘body positivity’ movements.
Body Positive, eating disorders, feminist, feminist poster, feminism,

This poster is ideal for community spaces, offices, and everywhere else.

Made with glossy paper
Approx. 11x17
Poster might be slightly bigger and may require cutting when putting poster in frame.

"You are in a body-positive zone
Please refrain from the following:
Diet/weight talk
Body policing (criticizing appearances)
Food shaming (judging food options or eating habits)
Health or Concern Trolling (keep your health advice to yourself)
Gender policing (reinforcing gender norms)
Please do embrace all bodies, abilities, and genders
nalgonapositivititypride.com"

Like our message? Check out our other goodies: https://www.etsy.com/shop/NalgonaPositiveShop

Follow me:
Instagram @nalgonapositivitypride
Facebook: www.facebook.com/nalgonapositivepride/

Do take note that our shipping time frames vary from 1-5 weeks. Thank you for the support. <3

Nalgona Positivity Pride (NPP) is a xicana-indigenous body-positive organization that provides intersectional eating disorders education and community-based support for people of color who are struggling with troubled eating and poor body-image. After not seeing her own experiences reflected and the lack of cultural awareness in the eating disorder world, Gloria Lucas started NPP in 2014 out of an urgent need to create a platform for communities of color and indigenous-descent communities who struggle alone. Gloria first-hand experienced the isolation that comes with being a person of color with an eating disorder and the absence of services for low-income people.
NPP’s line of work focuses on uncovering the impacts of colonialism, social oppression, historical trauma and its role in impairing relationships indigenous-descent people have with food and body-image. NPP’s goal is to help people of color and indigenous descent folks find education and resources for self-empowering, resistance, and healing.

In addition NPP has:

- been featured in MiTu, NPR, Bitch Magazine, Remezcla, Huffington Post, Cosmopolitan, Latina, and Bustle.
spoken in multiple national conferences including The Binge Eating Disorder Association Conference, National Eating Disorders Association, & The Fat Activism Conference

- lectured internationally and has spoken at The University of California, Santa Cruz, The University of Texas at San Antonio, School of Social Work University of Michigan, and the University of California, Los Angeles
over 70k social media followers

- collaborated with The Body is Not An Apology, Association for Size Diversity and Health (ASDAH), National Eating Disorders Association (NEDA,) and Trans-Folx Fighting Eating Disorders (T-Ffed).


Finally, NPP lectures, hosts events, hosts support groups, and creates social media content as a way to reach out to and empowers the individuals whose bodies are systematically at the margins of white/ mainstream ‘body positivity’ movements.

Reviews

5 out of 5 stars
(609)
Reviewed by razzmyberries
5 out of 5 stars
Jun 22, 2018
Hung this up in my business and everyone loves the message. Thank you!
Body Positive Poster (11x17)

Reviewed by Emily Walsh
5 out of 5 stars
Jun 22, 2018
Oh my goodness I LOVE this, it’s hanging on my front door. It was packaged so delicately I could hang it right away didn’t have to flatten it or anything
Body Positive Poster (11x17)

Reviewed by Sam GlitterWurst
5 out of 5 stars
Apr 5, 2018
Fantastic addition to our Gender Resource Center!
Body Positive Poster (11x17)

Reviewed by Rebecca Frazier
5 out of 5 stars
Mar 20, 2018
Body Positive Poster (11x17)

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Body Positive Poster (11x17)

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