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Tiana Dodson

How are Other People in your way?

Published over 1 year ago • 1 min read

Hey, hey!

I've got a new podcast episode out that took me a year to get figured out. You can find it below.

Thanks for being here!

P.S. If you're a helping professional, I've started taking bookings for my Liberation and Solidarity Virtual Retreat. You can learn more about it by clicking here.




Tiana Dodson

With a decade as a body liberation 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.

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