November 3, 2017 - As human beings, we all one day face the prospect of our deaths. And yet remarkably few of us make plans about our final days. In this episode, NMiF correspondent Megan Kamerick talks with Gail Rubin, author of “A Good Goodbye: Funeral Planning For Those Who Don't Plan To Die.” She coordinated the first Before I Die Festival in Albuquerque and holds regular “death cafes” around New Mexico. Rubin calls herself the Doyenne of Death and has made it her mission to get more people to have conversations many would rather avoid.
Why More Americans Need To Broach End-Of-Life Conversation – PBS Newshour
What Do You Want To Do Before You Die? - TED talk by artist Candy Chang who created the Before I Die Wall
A Good Goodbye – TEDxABQ talk by Gail Rubin
Coverage For End Of Life Talks Gaining Ground – New York Times
Many Still Sidestep End Of Life Planning, Study Finds – Kaiser Health News