In My Words

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"I've spent over a decade in

Stages of Death

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Life lessons from the mortuary to


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I will kiss the feet of my

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Capricho | A project by Mark Menjivar

July 14 @ 8:00 am - August 20 @ 5:00 pm

Healing Our Fractured Healthcare

October 11 @ 6:30 pm - October 12 @ 9:00 pm


Medical training prepares us to react to acute illness. We learn to use technology to do something, expecting to cure,

The Contrasts of Life

Life can be seen as a series of contrasts. Everywhere, the rhythms of the natural world are evident, from our

The Poet’s Legacy

Every family has at least one poet. My great-grandmother, Inez Lea Hannah, was our family’s poet. Between the ages of

Writing a Final Script 101

What we don’t learn at home about the logistics and benefits of self-empowerment through end-of-life care planning, we are even

The Funeral

One of my most vivid memories of early childhood is that of my ancient great-grandfather. For months on end the

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