Organized by the Lyceum and Cultural Committee at Rust College, this free event on Tuesday, March 18, at 7 pm, will feature Taylor Brown and the official launch of “The National Initiative for Girls on Body Image and Self Esteem.”
Taylor Brown passionately expresses, “At this very moment, it is critical that we, as a country, one state at a time, one city at a time, one community at a time, and one family at a time, support our girls by loving them unconditionally. We must train them intelligently and positively to adore themselves and to strive for their highest ideal for their lives. It is time to tell them who they are, not who they are not. It is time to share the possibilities;
Some of the Initiative’s goals which Taylor Brown will expand upon are:
- Demonstrating to girls how to embrace their authenticity and how to tap into their pure potentiality.
- Empowering girls to see their size and shape, their color, weight and height, as well as their features, movement and performance positively.
- Encouraging girls to put a name on their life games by defining what makes their heart sing.
- Demonstrating to girls how to turn dreams and passions into realities.
Taylor Brown will also be officially announcing the establishment of “The Janice Moore Taylor and Anita Walton Moore Image Endowment” which will provide scholarships for girls who have lost their mothers, specifically for self-development in the areas of body image and self-esteem.
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About The National Initiative for Girls on Body Image and Self Esteem
Our mission is to equip and empower girls, middle school through college, to make peace with their bodies, to embrace their authenticity and their individuality, and to tap into their pure potentiality for future fulfillment and prosperity.
For more information about the initiative, visit http://chloetaylorbrown.com/