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In a significant promotional move, Dove has teamed up with BLM activist Zyanha Bryant for a new initiative called “Fat Liberation.” However, the brand’s actions have been making headlines for all the wrong reasons.
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Dove Soap hired morbidly obese BLM hoaxer Zyahna Bryant for an ad campaign based around "fat liberation."
While a student at UV-Charlottesville, Bryant viciously ruined another student's life by falsely claiming she joked about driving into BLM rioters.
— National Conservative (@NatCon2022) September 14, 2023
Many people are upset with Dove for working with Zyanha since it is alleged that Zyanha improperly dismissed a white student from a university over a “misheard” argument.
The 22-year-old University of Virginia student activist and community organizer from Zyanha announced her selection as a “Dove Ambassador” on Instagram. In the film, Zyanha discussed fat liberation and the creation of organizations and spaces that are open to those who live with a fat body.
Since then, Zyanha Bryant has become a hot topic of discussion, with many people trying to find out more about her. So, here’s what we know about her:
Who is Zyanha Bryant?
Zyanha Bryant is a well-known American community organizer and student activist. She has been in the news because Dove is getting heavily criticized for teaming up with her for an initiative called “Fat Liberation.” The net worth of the 22 year old isn’t known.
She is a native of Charlottesville, Virginia. Bryant did her schooling at Charlottesville High School. Zyanha is involved in racial justice issues in Charlottesville, Virginia. In her high school, she started the Black Student Union, and she is a part of the Charlottesville Youth Council.
At the age of 12, Zyanha Bryant organized her very first protest, a rally for Trayvon Martin and other unarmed black people killed by police. At Bernie Sanders’ Town Hall in Charlottesville in 2015, Zyahna participated in a panel discussion where she advocated in favor of grants and financing for public education with other local activists.
After that, Zyahna established the Black Student Union, served as its chair, and drafted a petition to the Charlottesville City Council requesting that the Lee Statue be taken down and the park that had previously been called Lee Park be given a new name. Ultimately, the statues were taken down by the Charlottesville City Council in 2017.
Zyanha Bryant also released “Reclaim,” a book that includes a compilation of poems and essays, in January 2019. She was chosen by Governor Ralph Northam to the inaugural Virginia African American Advisory Council, where she presently holds the title of youngest member.
She also participates on the Council on UVA-Community Partnerships under President Jim Ryan. Zyahna has been recognized as one of Teen Vogues’ 21 Under 21 Young People Changing the World.