This is an online conference, you can listen in by phone and on the web and you’ll receive recordings and transcripts of each talk so that you can listen/read on your own schedule if the scheduled times don’t work for you (or if you want to listen to a favorite talk again!)
The conference will take place October 6-8, 2017. Keep checking this page to see the schedule for this year’s Conference. Click here to join our e-mail list and you’ll be the first to know when the schedule comes out!
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Thanks To Our Amazing 2017 Sponsors
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The Binge Eating Disorder Association does amazing work providing leadership in the recognition, prevention, and treatment of Binge Eating Disorder (BED) in people of all sizes, as well as working intersectionally to increase fat positivity in Eating Disorder Community and the world, which makes them a perfect partner for the Fat Activism Conference! Find out more at http://bedaonline.com/
Friend of Marilyn (FOM) is a fat positive radio show on Access Manawatu 999AM. It provides counter programming to the normative discourses on fatness and obesity in our culture, hosting conversations in which accepted ideas and stereotypes about fatness are challenged. FOM believes that safe spaces for fat people are important, and the show is committed to providing a forum where fat people get to speak for themselves (not just have their lives thinsplained by others). FOM began in August of 2011, and is currently on a tour around the world – make sure your city is a spot today!
ASDAH partners with service providers, educators and advocates to dismantle weight-centered health policies and practice, and is guided by the Health At Every Size® principles. ASDAH envisions a world that celebrates bodies of all shapes and sizes, in which body weight is no longer a source of discrimination and where marginalized communities have equal access to the resources and practices that support health and well being.
See more at https://www.sizediversityandhealth.org