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Multicultural Immigrant Experiences with End of Life

Multicultural Immigrant Experiences with End of Life

Sunday, November 08

10:00am-11:30am PST

This is a digital event. You should receive information in your ticket or from the host about how to join online.

Free
Join us as we hear about ritual and observed practices of Japanese and Mexican cultures from 2 end of life doulas from the Pearl Collective.

As part of a series exploring immigrant experiences, we will delve into multicultural rituals and practices with guest speakers Saiko and Lupe of the Pearl Collective.

Saiko Shima is a Japanese End of Life doula and yoga teacher based in Seattle, Washington. Learn more about Saiko at her website: www.endoflifedoula.biz

Lupe Tejada Diaz is an indigenous end of life doula who supports communities of color with holistic and legal aspects of death. Learn more about Lupe at her website: https://douladamnthingtoday.com

Co-host Tida Beattie is a Thai-American eldercare consultant and end of life doula and Soyeon Davis is a Korean-American end of life doula. They unpack immigrant and next gen experiences with health, well being, death and grief.

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Lecture/Panel/Conversation