A conversation on unapologetic identity and body positivity in your marketing/outreach efforts.
This workshop addresses societal expectations around body image and performance. It encourages organizations to think critically about the myths behind these societal standards and what it means to amplify body positivity that is reflective of your everyday person. Specifically, organizations explore body positivity through the lens of physical and mental health conditions as it intersects with race and gender. For the longest time, disability imagery has been dominated by its connection to the medical industry and institutions. These images and stories often evoke pity, pain, fear, and even brutality, particularly across Black and Brown communities. Contrary to those images, this workshop enables organizations to implement campaigns and marketing that embrace body positivity and disability identity through a framework of intersectionality.