Francesca has written a richly illustrated book for children that introduces the importance of memories of those we love who have died. Children are one of the most vital aspects of our society, and yet they are often the ones left out of important conversations, particularly about death. WYD speaks with Francesca about her new book.
Death doula Alua Arthur brings six Black death positive leaders together to talk about racism in a predominately white industry and how to change it. The LA Times covers this ground breaking discussion. Read the Full Article here > > Tags death conversation, Death Culture, Racism and Death, Racism and Grief
Death and Dying can be scary subjects, particularly for kids. But they don’t have to be. Honesty is the best way to prepare children when they are going to visit a person who is going to die. Talking to children about death is difficult at the best of times, but in the time of COVID … Read more