For many of us in our community, Thanksgiving is complicated by the memories of the past year: the Woolsey fire, the Borderline shooting and, of course, the personal and communal ongoing recovery from both of these devastating events.
To gather as an acknowledgement of gratitude on Thanksgiving is challenging when families still mourn and hundreds are still without homes.
For my family, gratitude is tempered by discomfort and survivor’s guilt. Our house stands while nearly all the houses a...
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