Hosted by Valoria Walker and Mina Devadas


Sept. 26, 2020

Start time:

11:00 a.m. (eastern)

End time:

12:30 p.m. (eastern)

An Online Death Cafe

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About this Death Cafe

This virtual death café is created to welcome Black, Indigenous, and People of Color to gather in a safe and confidential online space to talk about death and dying. It is for people who identify as part of the BIPOC community. 


It will be hosted by Valoria Walker and Mina Devadas.  


Email to to receive the registration link and Zoom link. Space is limited.


What's on your mind about death and dying? In this group-driven discussion, we will cover whatever topics or questions you bring to the group. *This is not a grief support group or grief counseling session.*


About Valoria Walker and Mina Devadas

Valoria Walker ( and is the founder of Aging Adult Services and Doula by Destiny. She educates communities on the importance of advance care planning for the end of life to achieve comfort and peace at the end of life. Valoria is an end-of-life doula and trained with the International End of Life Doula Association. She recently participated in Reimagine’s (a community-wide platform to discuss the exploration of death and celebration of life through creativity and conversation) “Dying Black, Dying White, Dying Gay: A Community Perspective” panel.  

Mina Devadas is an end of life doula (she trained with the International End of Life Doula Association) and hospice volunteer. She has companioned hundreds of people
experiencing terminal illness and death through her hospice and doula work. Mina has been co-hosting death cafes since 2016.


Valoria and Mina are
both local to the Washington, DC-area.

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