May 29, 2017
Writer and activist Ijeoma Oluo shares why she gave up the
pursuit of weight loss even though she had "succeeded" at dieting,
how she stepped away from the scale and made peace with her size,
why body acceptance is a journey and not a destination, how to help
kids develop peaceful relationships with their bodies, why worrying
about your weight robs you of your life, why we need to stop
obsessing about our bodies, how food insecurity affects people's
relationships with food, and lots more.
Ijeoma Oluo is a Seattle-based Writer, Speaker and Internet Yeller. Her work on race, feminism, and other social issues has been featured in The Guardian, The Stranger, The Washington Post, TIME Magazine, and more. She is the Editor at Large at The Establishment. Her book, So You Want To Talk About Race, will be published in early 2018 with Seal Press. You can find her yelling on Twitter at
@ijeomaoluo, and on her website at IjeomaOluo.com.
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