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El Dia de los Muertos Goes to the Streets
The Day of the Dead is one of the most important Mexican traditions. One community in San Diego, CA brings the celebration to the streets.
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Isabel holds her daughter's photo by the altar.

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Virgen de Guadalupe and crosses are often used on altars.

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Altar

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Altar

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Articles and food the diseased liked.

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Offerings.

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Each altar is unique and represents who the deceased loved one was.

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Erika and Fatima set up an altar for their grandmother.

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Flower of the dead.

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Lori by her grandmother's altar.

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Yellow and purple signifies duality between life and death.

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Peta sets up a candle to guide her father's spirit to the altar.

El Dia de los Muertos Goes to the Streets

The Day of the Dead is one of the most important Mexican traditions. One community in San Diego, CA brings the celebration to the streets.

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