Posted by kreavis
Hosted by Kate Reavis
Feb. 17, 2021
7:00 p.m. (Eastern)
9:00 p.m. (Eastern)
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An Online Death Cafe
About this Death Cafe
The challenges around death and dying in the LGBTQIA community can be tremendously complex, from legal issues to barriers to navigating grief, often without the support of family. In this Death Café, we will explore the ways we can build supportive personal networks for the purpose of creating a safe space for the exploration of these and other issues unique to the LGBTQIA community.
About Kate Reavis
Born and raised in Swansboro, NC, Kate Reavis spent 25 years as a social worker, then decided to make a life change and went to live and work as Retreat Manager, at Southern Dharma, a 40 year old Buddhist silent meditation and retreat center, in Hot Springs, NC, from 2016-2019.
She is currently deeply engaged in the work of social justice, in the form of antiracism action and education, participating in training for Zen Chaplaincy through New York Zen Center For Contemplative Care, a member of the Social Action Committee and Chair of the Pastoral CareTeam at Unitarian Coastal Fellowship in Morehead City, NC. She is a new member of Citizens For Diversity in Education, in Carteret County, and a sitting member of the board of Great Tree Women's Zen Center, in Alexander, NC.
She is a live-in Mimi to a beautiful grandboy, Landon, a mother to Ashton and Zack, a yoga instructor, a visual and musical artist, a published poet, and a writer with a book in process, a cat lover, a trained chef, and the daughter of a commercial fisherman.
She believes in community care and the value of well and intentionally cultivated relationships that support us from birth to death. She is a practicing Buddhist.
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