Maggie Foster is a member of Woodbine with whom she is trying to collectively build the means to live and fight. She is a practitioner of various forms of bodywork. She lives in Ridgewood, Queens and spends most of her time suffering through the strains of physical meaningless work, your infuriating gestures of accumulating social capital, the exhausting labor of self-care for multiple chronic illnesses, and the tactile work of building a revolutionary force. Hit her up: Maggieleefoster@gmail.com
What is it like to sit next to someone as they die? How can we prevent institutions from making decisions for us after a loss? Full-spectrum doulas Roxanne Baker and Saralee Gallien work with life and death and the many difficult things that happen in between.