L.A. Times: How the Día de Muertos tradition continues, even after losing everything in the 7.1 quake in Mexico
Nayeli Hacinto gently helps up her grandfather, Antonio Alvarado Casas, 87, from his quiet contemplation of their family Day of the Dead alter in Metepec, Puebla. Alvarado has lived in the town nearly his whole life, working in a local factory to support his family. (Meghan Dhaliwal / For The Times)
We forget the continuing problems after an acute event so easily. The article below gives insight as to how those affected by Mexico’s 7.1 magnitude continue to celebrate traditions despite the conditions they are facing. For the full article written by Kate Linthicum click here.