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Aisha Saeed

October 07, 2021

Gloria Lucas

October 19, 5:30 - 7:00pm
Attend online or come to the Multicultural Student Center for a live screening. 

Representation of eating disorders as a white, middle-class phenomenon exacerbates the suffering of people of color and indigenous populations with troubled eating who often go undiagnosed, find treatment inaccessible, or experience culturally insensitive practices.

February 07, 2021

PHEW! What a year! I think 2020 was the year of being in my body. I don’t think I have ever been stretched, forced into feelings of vulnerability and attuned to the intersectional ways my body lives in the world more than I was this past year. It’s been a roller-coaster ride. I am happy to find myself back in this space with you all as we ring in the new year and new semester. Welcome Back and Happy New Year! I hope that this year is Just & Kind to everybody and every body.

October 14, 2020

As the Body Positive team settles into our new routine of virtual weekly meetings, we have been working hard to revamp our programing to make it online friendly and welcome more voices to the table. One of the coolest things (in my opinion) about our program is that we offer a two-session group-based intervention called the Body Project to female identifying women at UVA.

September 28, 2020

As a woman of color, immigrant, child of immigrants and multilingual social worker, I tend to see the world through a unique lens. My minority identities afford me a superpower of always finding and feeling the gaps in systems in which I live. I often feel pulled to create space for myself and others who don’t always feel included.