Intersectional pain: what I’ve learned from hospices and feminism of colour
Might pain and oppression be like love—a simple thunderbolt at times, and in other circumstances complex and slow...
Can the end of life be an opportunity for social change?
Death and grief can nurture compassion, joy and solidarity, creating a revolution in the way we care for others.
Who cares? Preparing for the age wave of the future.
Everyone has the right to be cared for in their elder years. Here’s one way to make that happen.
Works of love: Cicely Saunders and the hospice movement
Profoundly rejecting the fatalistic response of the medical establishment, a new movement placed people at the heart...