Lead Me Home:: An African-American's Guide Through the Grief Journey

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When a loved one dies, we embark on a journey that is marked by anguish, confusion, fear, and loneliness. For African Americans, the grief journeys often includes more complicated and painful emotions: frustration with the knowledge that black men and women have a greater chance of dying from major common diseases than their white counterparts; anger at the frequency of drug- and violence-related deaths; and the collective grief of a community that has buried too many of its young people. In Lead Me Home, Carleen Brice ...

Lead Me Home:: An African-American's Guide Through the Grief Journey 1999, Harper Perennial, New York, NY

ISBN-13: 9780380796083

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