Grief

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Activist and author Charlene Carruthers shares how sitting with her grief allowed her to show up for others

“This loss was now a part of how I process the other losses happening around me.”
“This loss was now a part of how I process the other losses happening around me.”
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Covid took my fiance. I’m still learning to let go.

Holding hands at the hospital.
Holding hands at the hospital.
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‘Clap When You Land’ explores grief and its taboo in Latinx culture

A photo of Elizabeth Acevedo.
A photo of Elizabeth Acevedo.
Elizabeth Acevedo. Photo: Denzel Golatt


Canceled parties, graduations, weddings, and book releases are realities many are facing. It’s okay to take time to process those losses.

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We don’t always associate grief with this kind of loss, but maybe we should

Illustration: Herekita


A woman mourns the memory of a close friend who passed unexpectedly

Photo: Xiaoyi Cheng Xiao Yicheng/EyeEm/Getty Images


Helping her live through a painful illness has somehow has brought us closer together

Photo: Jessica Felicio/Unsplash

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