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Yoke
My Yoga of Self-acceptance
Book - 2021
Every Body Yoga
Let Go of Fear, Get on the Mat, Love your Body
Book - 2017
What We Don't Talk About When We Talk About Fat
Book - 2020
Everybody
A Book About Freedom
Book - 2021
Fitness for Every Body
Strong, Confident, and Empowered at Any Size
Book - 2021
Heavy
An American Memoir
Book - 2018
Hunger
A Memoir of (my) Body
Book - 2017
Things No One Will Tell Fat Girls
A Handbook of Unapologetic Living
Book - 2015
Author reading and Conversation with Jessamyn Stanley, Tue, Aug 17, 2021 6:00 to 7:00
Web Resource
Multnomah County Library’s Black Cultural Library Advocates are thrilled to host internationally acclaimed yoga instructor and author Jessamyn Stanley. Join us for a reading and discussion about her new book, Yoke, My Yoga of Self-Acceptance. Multnomah County Library’s Black Cultural Library Advocates are thrilled to host internationally acclaimed yoga instructor and author Jessamyn Stanley. Join us for a reading and discussion about her new book, Yoke, My Yoga of Self-Acceptance. Show less
Physical Disobedience
An Unruly Guide to Health & Stamina for the Modern Feminist
Book - 2018
The Body Is Not An Apology
The Power of Radical Self-love
Unknown - 2018
Your Body Is Not An Apology Workbook
Tools for Living Radical Self-love
eBook - 2021
Not Currently Available.Holds: 2 on 4 copies
Place hold
Body Talk
37 Voices Explore Our Radical Anatomy
Book - 2020
Fearing the Black Body
The Racial Origins of Fat Phobia
eBook - 2019
Available
Check out
You Have the Right to Remain Fat
Book - 2018
Anti-diet
Reclaim your Time, Money, Well-being, and Happiness Through Intuitive Eating
Book - 2019
All copies in use Availability details Holds: 1 on 9 copies
Place hold
Shrill
Notes From A Loud Woman
Book - 2016
Living in this Queer Body podcast, from Asher Pandjiris
Web Resource
"Tara Brach talks about the importance of “feeling felt” and it is my hope that Living in this Queer Body can provide some of what we all long for… the pleasure and relief of being more fully known." "Tara Brach talks about the importance of “feeling felt” and it is my hope that Living in this Queer Body can provide some of what we all long for… the pleasure and relief of being more fully known." Show less
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