Walking through a national cemetery, remembering.
Most never forget the day, they received the news.
"Healing" is a funny word. For some it means a total restoration.
For others, healing is a process rather than an endpoint.
While healing can be rewarding.
Nobody should have to face it along.
"I had to come to his chair at the National Bombing Memorial and say I still love you"
An old church and cemetery near Santa Fe, NM
General Custer marched his troop to Black Kettle's camp and attacked sleeping Indians during a snow storm.
After a battle during the Indian Wars, the military took bodies to Washington DC for study.
Finally, the bodies were returned to the tribe for proper reburial.
A weather-worn marker stands guard at a new grave on Cheyenne Arapaho lands, after reburial.
A list of the war dead is seen on the side of a tipi during the Veterans' Day ceremony in Anadarko, OK.
A cemetery on the Pima Reservation where members of the tribe had the highest rate of diabetes of any ethnic group in the world.
"My sister, she ate big and died young".
"My mother, I lost her...".
A killer tornado forced the last residents out of the ghost town, Picher, Oklahoma.
Crying for a fallen Haitian leader.