Reimagining and “Greening” the End of Life

The denial of death, of the feminine and of our climate crisis have a common root—a profound disconnection from our bodies and the natural world. New end-of-life practices are emerging to shift us away from disembodiment and toxicity and towards partnering with nature to reclaim our wholeness and the sacred. We’ll highlight aspects of this work being led by women in hospice, bedside and palliative care, home funerals and green burials—reimagining the place of death in our communities and culture. Hostedby author/activist Anneke Campbell. With: Ladybird Morgan, hospice nurse, social worker and Director of the Humane Prison Hospice Project; Shoshana Ungerleider, MD specialist in Palliative Care, founder of EndWell; Katrina Spade, founder and CEO of Recompose.

Women's Tent

October 19th | 4:30 pm to 6:00 pm



Shoshana Ungerleider
End Well Project
Katrina Spade
Ladybird Morgan
Executive Director
Humane Prison Hospice Project
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