Monday, June 10, 2013

Militant Baker Launches Indiegogo Campaign for Body Acceptance Conference

Posted By on Mon, Jun 10, 2013 at 10:00 AM

We've been pretty open about our love for The Militant Baker. Last time we talked with her, her world was taking off, you know, before the Today Show. Back then she shared her dream of organizing a body acceptance conference on the UA campus in 2014.

Well, it looks like Ms. Baker is getting closer to that goal. This week she launched an indiegogo campaign, and has already reached 20 percent of her $10,000 goal.

We love The Militant Baker. We love the name of her conference — "Body Love, A Womens Conference, Change Your World Not Your Body." We also love her campaign video. We'll also love you if you consider lending your support.

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