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Theme Essay by Wendy Brown-Báez

When my youngest son died by his own hand, my life shattered, and my faith crumbled.

Theme Essay by Cynthia Rosi

Because our religion always marked us as oddities—the people who didn’t believe in doctors—my mother cringed at anything she thought was not socially normal.

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