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“Don’t leave what happens to your body when you die to someone else. Making informed decisions about your death is a feminist act, and an important part of your legacy,” she says. “Smash the patriarchy with your corpse!” - BUST Magazine


Inside the Death Positive Movement BUST Magazine

Who Gets to Die a Good Death? - The Establishment

Women Examine Their Relationships With Death, Challenge Western Perceptions Vibe

The Death and Dying Movement: A Change in Attitudes is Underfoot - Fifty is the New Fifty

"For many of us, working with death is an act of resistance. It is our way of reclaiming our space, our bodies, our lives and ourselves." 

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“We've had our bodies subject to rules and laws created by men for centuries, it is a feminist act to have the final say over what happens to your corpse when you die” - Dazed


Why Women Are Leading the Death Positive Movement Dazed

“The roots of inequality, racism, and social marginalization are all grounded in our fear of death,” Chavez said. - The Establishment


Life After Life - Utne Reader

Death in the Age of FacebookCnet

Women Are Revolutionizing the Death Industry - DAME Magazine

How We Bury and Memorialize the HomelessDirge Magazine

So, You’re Curious About the Death Positive Movement?Her Campus


Kids Ask About Death - The Longest Shortest Time Podcast

How to Talk to Kids About Death - Lunch Lady Magazine, Issue 4 

From Fears to Fascinations, What Exactly is a Death Salon?NPR’s The Pulse

Ein Orderten Fur Den Guten Tod? - Drunter & Druber


"For centuries Spanish colonists and the church tried to eradicate these traditions but they endured. We endure," she said. "We have been through a lot — both Chicanos here at home and the people of Mexico — it will take a great deal more than cookies to oppress us."  - Mic


Starbucks’ Sugar Skull Cookies Exemplify the Commodification of Dia de los MuertosMic


The Women Who Love DeathMarie Claire

A Good Death: An Autopsy of Dying n Video Games- Unwinnable Magazine

Author Documents Lindsay History With a New BookNPR Valley Edition