Neighbors, friends and relatives from the small towns around Ceballos, Durango, Mexico, made the 400-mile pilgrimage to this border city to mourn the loss of one of their own and to find out the fate of his companions.
What happens when you become your parent's parent? That's what longtime NPR journalist Kitty Eisele had to figure out when she became a full-time caregiver for her dad. Through audio diaries and conversations with friends and experts, Twenty-Four Seven explores how we help our loved ones live—and die—and what they mean to us.
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Government & Politics
National and International Stories
- Expertos en salud mental abordan el estigma y el acceso al cuidado de los jóvenes latinos
- How some midwestern states are building a new frontline to help farmers with stress
- Arizona's reinstated ban on abortions leaves providers and patients confused
- President Biden is in Florida meeting with people hit hard by Hurricane Ian