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Group Read Bites

A 10-day practice of deeper reading, community building, and self exploration for a more liberatory future for us all.

What are Group Read Bites?

Group Read Bites are small tastes of the experience you’ll have as a member of the Fat Freedom Group Read, a communal exploration of body liberation.

Learn more about the Group Read here.

Instead of reading an entire book or article, the Bites are made up of short stories, excerpts of books, infographics, podcast episodes, or any other quickly digestible piece of media.

There’s nothing to buy, seek out from the library, or borrow from a bibliophile friend engaged in tsundoku since all Bite selections are available in the public domain.

What’s in each Bite?

Our journey begins September 26 and will run through October 7.

Each weekday of your Bite practice you’ll receive an email with the following contents:

 

  • a link to that day’s reading (both text and audio, if available)
  • reflection prompts to aid your deeper dive into the text
  • a video analysis by your facilitator, Tiana Dodson (me!)
  • access to our online community of folks practicing right along with you!
  • a weekend to catch up, marinate, and digest in between

The theme for this round of Bites is: RELATIONSHIPS

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Meet Your Facilitator

Tiana Dodson

Tiana Dodson

Body Liberation Facilitator

With a decade as a liberatory facilitator and a lifetime of lived experience as a fat, biracial, queer, neurodivergent person, Tiana Dodson is well-versed in what it is to exist in a multiply-marginalized body.

As an active co-creator of the syllabus for liberation, her work addresses how personal, community, and global liberation depend upon each other. Through her consulting services, group offerings, and public speaking, Tiana highlights the ways these systems of oppression are bound together and how we can push back against them.