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Join the Reimagine community to explore grief, loss, death, and all the hard stuff of life. Together, we'll learn how to channel these experiences into creativity, growth, and purpose.
Explore the contributions of five Black women leaders in the field of death and grief, and learn about their work in creating safe spaces, promoting open and honest conversations, and advocating for culturally-sensitive end-of-life care.
Día de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead, is a Mexican festival celebrated since the time of the Aztec Empire. Read the history and meaning behind the holiday.
Memento mori is an interesting concept that brings focus to life by remembering death. Learn about this philosophy through history, art, and literature.
End-of-life or death rituals have existed throughout history. Let’s look at three interesting end-of-life festivals to honor deceased ancestors to learn more.
Child loss is a devastating experience that affects many families, but it is often not discussed in our culture, making it difficult for families to find support. Discover resources available to help families cope and find positive changes in the struggle with grief.
What I learned about masculinity, fatherhood, and my career after losing our first baby
Chapter three of Chris’ story navigating the healthcare system as a primary caregiver for his mother at end of life.
Chapter two of Chris’ story navigating the healthcare system as a primary caregiver for his mother at end of life.
Comics fascinate us. They tell the story of how to overcome difficult circumstances. What lessons can we learn from comic book heroes about growth after trauma?
Chapter one of Chris’ story navigating the healthcare system as a primary caregiver for his mother at end of life.
Taboos keep us from talking about difficult things like death and adversity. When we understand a social taboo, we demystify its power to keep us silent.