February 19, 2018
A typical holiday custom in Latin American countries has made its way to the United States. Día de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead, is a two-day celebration, November 1-2, when families unite to celebrate the lives of the deceased. The festivities begin at their homes with homemade altars, food, drinks and family activities. It’s a celebration for all who believe death shouldn’t be mourned but honored. Learn all about the holiday and its traditions below.
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