Jan 8, 2020
When her three-and-a-half-year-old-son, Koa, died suddenly in a home accident, Victoria Markham was thrust into the world of grief. Her documentary RE:MEMBER is an inside look at working with the beauty and pain of grief. Today, we’re talking about releasing guilt associated with the death of a loved one, avoiding cultural appropriation in grief rituals, and how grief shows up… even years and years later.
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