Battling Body Bullying: The “Weighty” Issue of Worth

Join Good Girls Don’t Get Fat author and body image expert Dr. Robyn Silverman and the Office of Multicultural Affairs in an evening of exploring inner and outer body bullying on March 22 on the NYC Campus.

A recent poll shows that 95 percent of girls between the ages of 16 and 21 want to change their bodies in some way. That’s why the Office of Multicultural Affairs, Student Development and Campus Activities, and the Alpha Nu Chapter of the Hermandad Sigma Iota Alpha are proud to present Battling Body Bullying: The “Weighty” Issue of Worth on March 22 from 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. in the Multipurpose Room on the NYC Campus.

Join Dr. Robyn Silverman and OMA’s very own Theater Lab for an interactive evening to explore inner and outer body bullying and what can be done to work toward a healthier and happier body image.

Dr. Robyn Silverman is a body image expert and award-winning writer, who is known for her no-nonsense yet positive approach to helping young people and their families thrive. She has also been the body image expert for 18 books, including Good Girls Don’t Get Fat: How Weight Obsession Is Messing Up Our Girls & How We Can Help Them Thrive Despite It. She is also an expert in appearance discrimination and body esteem development for the Applied Developmental Science Encyclopedia, a handbook for psychologists. Dr. Silverman has been a featured expert on Good Morning America, Nightline, The Tyra Show, NPR, and many others. A meet and greet with Dr. Silverman will follow the presentation and refreshments will be served.

To RSVP or for further information please contact Melanie Robles at 212-346-1261/mrobles@pace.edu or Denise Belen Santiago at 212-346-1546/dsantiago@pace.edu.