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How do you foster 'a good death in a racist society?'

Alua Arthur is a death doula, someone who helps people prepare for death, much as birth doulas help mothers prepare to give birth. She is Black, and the death of George Floyd hit hard for her and other Black death doulas, who saw in his death the antithesis of the “good death” they are trying to foster. She and five other women hosted a talk: “Sayin’ It Louder; A Conversation about a Good Death in a Racist Society.”


Source: Los Angeles Times

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