Changing the definition of beauty and health for every body.

We’re a group of educated, determined students who have committed to redefining beauty for every body. We are REbeL, a student-driven, peer education program designed to address body image issues and disordered eating. But we aren’t like most organizations. We drive change – in the way people view themselves, in their self-confidence, in their understanding of beauty. We are a group of students making a profound impact. And we urge you to join the REbeLution.

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What people are saying…

After a year in REbeL, my outlook towards myself has literally transformed. I feel so much more beautiful and confident because of this program.
Kaitlyn Custer, Former REbeL member and current student at Oberlin College
REbeL enabled me to embrace myself and my own uniqueness. I have learned that being me is what is beautiful.
Michelle Keil, former REbeL member and student at Miami University
I think other schools will look at it [the program], see the organization and feel that it’s something they should be doing.
Marshall McCarl, Student at Blue Valley High School
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