Sunday Round Up – Coping with Death
Our weekly round up of stories and articles about coping with loss, mourning after a death, and celebrating life culled from various corners of the web. For previously featured grieving-related news and stories, check out our EF Roundup Section.
By: France 24
“Record crowds took to the streets of Paris and cities across France on Sunday to march against extremism and honour the victims of a three-day terror spree that claimed 17 victims, starting with an attack on the offices of Charlie Hebdo.”
By: Ryan Broderick, Buzzfeed
“Since early December, American doctor Joel Selanikio has been treating Ebola patients in Lunsar, Sierra Leone, about 60 miles from the capital of Freetown. As he wrapped up his tour with the International Medical Corps, he sent along an audio diary of his time in the epidemic’s hot zone. Hear his full diary by clicking the audio link at the top of this page.”
[Note: Also check out our Ebola Footprint Page]
By: Max Kutner, Newsweek
“The tragic reality of death is part of the arc of the stories of characters whom viewers have grown to know,” says Mark Andrejevic, author of Reality TV: The Work of Being Watched.
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