Sabrina Strings

Weight stigma has also been linked to racism and colonialism in North America, with the historical desirability of thinness emerging as a means for white people to show their perceived racial superiority over Black people, according to an award-winning publication by Sabrina Strings, a Chancellor’s Fellow and] sociology [associate] professor at the University of California, Irvine.

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