“How I Learned about Death: A Humanist Story”

This platform address will use the style of personal storytelling, in the tradition of former Ethical Society Leader Fritz Williams, to get to the heart of a universal experience: Every person has lost or will lose someone close to them. How do our experiences of death influence our worldview, choices, and lives? How do we feel and share about death and loss as Ethical Humanists?

Kate Lovelady received a BA as an English Major in Writing from Northwestern University. She discovered Ethical Humanism in North Carolina and was certified as an Ethical Humanist Leader by the American Ethical Union in 2005. She currently serves at the Ethical Society of St. Louis as one of its two Leaders, with James Croft. Her hobbies include native plant gardening and making music.

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