This session will discuss how we can use words to combat our culture’s biased messages about food, weight, and body size, as well as how to address eating disorders in an inclusive and non-triggering way. Content note: This session will include mentions of eating disorders and examples of stigmatizing language sometimes used toward people in larger bodies.
Cost: Free for ACES members/$30.00 for nonmembers
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About the presenter:
Jill Campbell is an editor and proofreader with nearly 10 years of experience across books, magazines, marketing content, and digital media. She began advocating for conscious language around food during a four-year stint at America’s Test Kitchen, where she edited nationally distributed magazines and best-selling cookbooks. She is now a copy editor for Healthline Media’s millennial wellness brand, Greatist. Follow her on Twitter (@jillysull) for musings on editing and on Instagram (@jillybeansoup) for pictures of her cat.
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