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In May of 2017, as Michelle Chang was nearing the conclusion of her freshman year at Stanford, a close friend from her hometown of Walnut, California, was hit by a car on the freeway after pulling over to inspect the damage from a minor accident.
On a lazy Sunday afternoon, the local coffee shop in your town is a bit busier than normal. A group of people sit in a makeshift circle – in armchairs, and on stools, sipping warm drinks and munching on baked goods. After eavesdropping, you realize it’s not a group therapy session, but a cluster of people discussing death.
Michelle Chang, 20, is a psychology student in her third year at Stanford University in California’s Bay Area. She spent the summer of 2018 traveling across the United States, attending and hosting Death Cafés.
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