Nalgona Positivity Pride (NPP)  is an eating disorders awareness organization that center BIPOC narratives to the forefront through digital media, lectures, grassroots eating disorders models of care, and apparel. Rooted in DIY punx ethics and Xicana indigenous feminism, NPP’s line of work focuses on eating disorders harm reduction,  uncovering the impacts of colonialism, social oppression, historical trauma and its role in food and body-image. 

"We have been left with no other option but to create our own opportunities of representation and healing." 

Upcoming Events
Online Gorditxs Happy Hour
Sat, Mar 28
Mar 28, 6:30 PM PDT
A night to share space and laugh with other gorditxs.
Living With an Abuser During Social Distancing: Coping Strategies & Support  
Wed, Apr 01
Apr 01, 2:00 PM
Some of us have been forced to go back to toxic family and partners during this pandemic. You don't have to struggle alone.
Webinar Seeking Ancestral Support For Eating Disorders
Thu, Apr 09
Location is TBD
Apr 09, 5:30 PM
Location is TBD
Gloria shares what she calls her, "imperfect spirituality" practices to seek support and guidance from ancestors.
Webinar: What Mama Didn't Tell Us About Body Love & Eating Disorders
Thu, Apr 23
Location is TBD
Apr 23, 5:30 PM PDT
Location is TBD
What is your mother's story with food and body image? How did that impact you?
Historical Trauma and Eating Disorders: What's The Connection Online Lecture
Thu, Apr 30
Location is TBD
Apr 30, 5:30 PM PDT
Location is TBD
Learn about historical trauma and it's effects on BIPOC communities.

"beyond the historical trauma & all the harm, our resiliency is the strongest."