Susan Panttaja & W.A. Ray Krise
In many cultures, this time of year marks a thinning of the veil, a time when our ancestors who have died are nearer than usual. For many of us, the legacy of our ancestry is a mixed bag of traits and history that is handed down for generations, even if it is never talked about. What are the benefits of facing the parts of our past (genealogical and cultural) that haunt us? And how might we pass on the best of our legacy to those who come after?
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