Since September 2011, small groups of people across the world have gathered over tea and cake to discuss mortality. I went to one in Boulder to learn how COVID-19 and the King Soopers shooting are impacting those conversations.
Angela Ufheil •
The Boulder Death Cafe doesn’t have many rules. You can ask any question. You can also refuse to answer any question. If someone’s words move you, you place a hand over your heart. That’s a new, Zoom-era rule, put in place to help participants communicate without battling their mute buttons.
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