Race is a Body Image Issue: Sonalee Rashatwar at UD

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Struggling to find meaningful ways of connecting and being empowered? Feeling bad about gaining weight or being sedentary? Has capitalism got you down? 

The Details:
"Race is a Body Image Issue: Loving Your Body during COVID-19"
Thursday, May 14, 2020 at 6:00pm
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About the workshop: 
Please join us in (virtually) welcoming Sonalee to the University of Delaware in the first-ever collaboration between APSA and the Lavender Programming Board at UD. This interactive workshop is free and open to the public. All are free to drop in and out as needed. *Please be mindful when entering into this discussion as we will be talking about the sensitive issues of COVID-19, body image, and weight.*
We will be discussing politicizing your body image, unlearning diet culture and food morality, body acceptance in a world of capitalism and colonization, and more, in the context of COVID-19!

From their website:
Sonalee Rashatwar is a LCSW MEd is an award-winning clinical social worker, sex therapist, adjunct lecturer, and grassroots organizer. Based in Philly (licensed in NJ and PA), she is a superfat queer bisexual non-binary therapist and co-owner of Radical Therapy Center, specialized in treating sexual trauma, body image issues, racial or immigrant identity issues, and South Asian family systems, while offering fat and body positive sexual healthcare. They are also known for their Instagram (@thefatsextherapist). 

Thursday, May 14, 2020 at 6:00pm to 8:15pm


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Students, Community, Registered Student Organizations, Faculty & Staff, Employee Equity & Inclusion, Workshops, Civic Engagement






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