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Dove Talks: Meet the Women Joining us to Change Beauty
We’ve made it our mission to change beauty. To stamp out unrealistic beauty standards once and for all. And to take our longstanding movement even further towards tangible change, we’ve been having deep and meaningful Dove Talks with celebrated global advocates. We’re so excited to have joined forces with these inspiring voices: incredible beacon of body confidence and musician Lizzo; legendary author and television producer Shonda Rhimes, best-selling author and podcaster Megan Crabbe; and model and mental health activist Nyome Nicholas-Williams.
Women on a mission
Born Melissa Jefferson in Detroit, 3x Grammy award-winning superstar Lizzo has become a household name with over 4 billion global streams and a platinum selling debut album to date. Not only is she a gifted rapper and a gospel singer, but she’s also a classically trained flautist, outspoken social and political activist, body-confidence champion, and self-esteem advocate.
Shonda Rhimes is an award-winning television creator, producer and New York Times best-selling author. She is also the CEO of Shondaland, the global media company that encompasses storytelling through brand partnerships, merchandise, and content for film, streaming, audio, digital and editorial. In her career, Rhimes’ work has been celebrated with numerous awards, shifted the entertainment industry’s business model and changed the face of television.
Best-selling author and podcaster ‘Bodyposipanda’ advocates eating disorder recovery, feminism and body positivity to her 1.4 million followers. Megan has recently partnered with the Dove Self Esteem Project to host #SelfEsteemAtHome, body confidence classes for kids.
Model, Activist, and Co-Founder of Be Who You Deserve – a safe space for body positivity and mental health awareness. Nyome has been at the forefront of policy change with the #IWantToSeeNyome social movement following her personal experience with censorship.