Coronavirus Has Reshaped Funerals — And How We Mourn Lost Loved Ones
Every day, people are dying from COVID-19. They are our family members, our friends, our neighbors and community members. For most, there will be no traditional wakes, funerals, memorials, burials or church ceremonies to help us process our emotions. So how do we begin to grieve and make sense of this new reality?
Host Tonya Mosley talks with Brandy Schillace (@bschillace), author of “Death’s Summer Coat: What the History of Death and Dying Teaches Us About Life and Living.”
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