In Ghana, Funerals Are A Party.
But My Dad’s Couldn’t Hold My Grief.
It is because of my grave gardener mom that I’ve grown to become a death-positive woman. I’m a woman who considers death a part of life.
Each culture has its own traditions, rituals and ways of expressing grief and mourning.
“Teaching my children, and myself, that you can’t always have things your way.” Emily
Death doula Alua Arthur brings six Black death positive leaders together to talk about racism
As we look and try to learn more about (and how to battle) racism
Caitlin Doughty is out to reclaim death. The Los Angeles mortician, author, and founder
Good Ground Great Beyond is 63 acres of land in Midcoast Maine available for individuals
Nursing@Georgetown created a new guide to help individuals with terminal conditions navigate and effectively
Whether you are writing your own obituary to leave behind, or one of someone