The cause of death of Bell Hooks has been questioned by the public and her family. The pioneering Black feminist author, activist, and professor died on December 15 of end-stage renal failure.
Bell Hooks Cause of Death
|Full Name||Gloria Jean Watkins|
|Occupation||Author, professor, feminist, and social activist|
|Cause of death||End-stage renal failure|
Her family released a statement about her death on Twitter. It said she wanted to transition into the privacy of her own home. Her sister confirmed the news, saying that the cause of death was end-stage renal failure. She had lived in Berea, Kentucky, since 2004.
According to the family, Bell Hooks’ death was a result of a lengthy illness. She was 69 years old at the time of her passing. Her family announced her death on Twitter. Her sister confirmed the death and said she died surrounded by loved ones. Her life was marked by her work and awards. Her most acclaimed work was “Ain’t I a Woman? Black Women and Feminism.”
A physician later confirmed that the death was caused by kidney failure, but did not say how. An autopsy confirmed the cause of death. Her death is a tragic event. Her family has announced her funeral, which will be held on Saturday. Her funeral service will be held in May.
A memorial service will be held in June. If you want to remember the legendary writer, her family will cherish her legacy. She was an inspiration to countless people and will be missed by many.