More Americans are choosing human composting—now legal in six states—to avoid mainstream deathcare.
Opinion | Accountability | Murmurations | adrienne maree brown | Christianity | Faith | Reincarnations
Talking about endings can be scary, but they are necessary if we are to create something better together, writes adrienne maree brown.
Living in the United States, I came to understand the ancient Mexican tradition of honoring the dead.
Due to COVID-19, the Muslim community is grappling with how to grieve without traditional burial practices that are essential in Islam.
Taking a cue from the many traditions that liken human life to fabric, I started knitting a COVID-19 death-toll blanket.
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