Posted by Kelly
Hosted by Dr. Kelly McKinney and students from her Humanities course, Views on Death and Dying
March 15, 2018
8:30 a.m. (EST)
9:45 a.m. (EST)
John Abbott College
21,275 Lakeshore Road
Attendance is free—and if you would like, you can buy treats baked by the students to eat during the event. This is not a fundraiser but all proceeds from the purchase of baked goods will go to support the Palliative Unit at the Jewish General Hospital.
This Death Cafe has taken place
About this Death Cafe
We believe its important to bring the frank and thought-provoking conversations we have about death and dying in our classes outside to the larger community. It is our hope that breaking taboos around talking about death will enable us all to fear death less and to live life with greater courage and open-heartedness. We invite all those within the college and the public to join us.
About Dr. Kelly McKinney and students from her Humanities course, Views on Death and Dying
For the past 10 years, cultural anthropologist and teacher, Kelly McKinney, has offered the course, Views on Death and Dying through the Humanities, Philosophy and Religion Department at John Abbott College. In collaboration with her students, Dr. McKinney is hosting the 3rd edition of the Death Cafe at the college.
Contact the organiser of this Death Cafe