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Reimagine's Fall Festival: Creating Space

With chaos abound, we need to carve out more space for what really matters. On October 9th, Reimagine launched our new virtual community festival to explore what it means to create inclusive spaces for grieving and listening, reckoning and mourning, art and action, life and death.

Virtual Candlelight Vigil with Tig Notaro, Amy Burkman, & Shelby Gale

On November 9th, Grammy-nominated comedian Tig Notaro will join renowned speed-painter Amy Burkman and their dear friend and storyteller, Shelby Gale, who is currently undergoing treatment for cancer. As cancer survivors themselves, Tig and Amy are participating to celebrate Shelby and help raise funds for Shelby’s ongoing treatment. This will be an evening of self-expression, humor, grief, love, and hope. You will have the chance to walk away with a beautiful piece of Amy’s live speed-painted art to support Shelby’s journey.

Reimagine's commitment to justice, equity, diversity, & inclusion (JEDI)

Based on thoughtful feedback specifically from many of our incredible BIPOC community members, Reimagine has developed both short-term and long-term plans to engage with JEDI issues. Learn more about our initiatives, including our JEDI principles, collaborator pledge, specific commitments for the Creating Space festival, and information on our free JEDI workshop.

Become a Reimagineer. Create your own Reimagine space!

Do you want to host a show or discussion on the most profound topics of life? Do you want to share your own work on the themes of life, loss, or love? How about creating an event in honor of someone you care about or interviewing a person you admire about their legacy? The sky's the limit. If you're interested in creating a Reimagine space for our festival, we invite you to join our diverse collaborator community.

Mourning Into Unity

On October 12th and 19th, more than 20 houses of worship gathered to mourn and unite through a peaceful, candlelight vigil. When we see our shared humanity, we strengthen our commitment to each other and to our democracy. Mourning Into Unity is a response to the Covid-19 pandemic and the unvoiced grief so many of us feel.

In this time of illness, death, and isolation, find resources that help make the world more human and connected.

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Our free resources for planning a virtual memorial

It can be overwhelming to plan a memorial service - but planning one during a pandemic is even more difficult when we can’t be together in person. We designed this free guide to be useful for everyone, regardless of your comfort with technology, your budget, or your prior experience hosting events.

As a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, we rely on your support to advance our mission. Together, let's create diverse spaces that elevate our experience of life, loss, and love.


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