Our panel will explore grief in different cultures and communities and discuss the various identities we hold as individuals and how each shape our unique experience and expressions of grief.
Grief, death, and dying are universal experiences of the human condition yet unique to those based on a myriad of factors.
This evening’s event is an exploration into the various identities we hold as individuals and how each influence, shape and impact our experience and expressions of grief. The panel is designed to look at grief in various spheres of influence, from work and professional identities, to cultures and communities.
As a nonprofit organization serving the San Francisco Bay Area since 1976, Kara provides comprehensive grief support, crisis intervention and education to individuals and communities facing the difficult realities of grief and loss.