Storytelling and Storytellers
are essential components of ensuring bio-diversity, cultural-resiliency, and sustainable health and wellness.
Decolonize Eating Disorders uses traditional storytelling as an action-based initiative for eating disorder recovery.
Here you will find the stories and storytellers made up of "peasants/family farmers, artisanal fisher-folk, indigenous peoples, landless peoples, rural workers, migrants, pastoralists, forest communities, women, youth, consumers, environmental and urban movements" who are fighting for the right to food, land, and body sovereignty.
We thank their courage, truth, and wisdom in sharing their stories for all collective healing.
WE WANT TO SHARE YOUR STORIES!
Please submit your story in written, spoken, filmed, or art form to