Alia Gant, who recognizes herself as a “plus-size” woman, plans to use her struggle with body image to address society’s views on appearance and to connect with participants through her story, “BBW Biased: A Tale of a Plus-Sized Woman in Modern Society.” Penn State will open up its first “Human Library” on Wednesday, where participants will be able to “borrow books” by listening to people’s experiences.
Alia Gant, who recognizes herself as a “plus-size” woman, plans to use her struggle with body image to address society’s views on appearance and to connect with participants through her story, “BBW Biased: A Tale of a Plus-Sized Woman in Modern Society.” Penn State will open up its first “Human Library” on Wednesday, where participants will be able to “borrow books” by listening to people’s experiences. Phoebe Sheehan psheehan@centredaily.com
Alia Gant, who recognizes herself as a “plus-size” woman, plans to use her struggle with body image to address society’s views on appearance and to connect with participants through her story, “BBW Biased: A Tale of a Plus-Sized Woman in Modern Society.” Penn State will open up its first “Human Library” on Wednesday, where participants will be able to “borrow books” by listening to people’s experiences. Phoebe Sheehan psheehan@centredaily.com

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‘Human books’ to bring Penn State library to life

February 14, 2017 11:45 PM

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