Article published in Göteborgsposten
1 November 2019
By George Harry Rouzier
In Sweden we remember and honour our dead during All-Hallows’ weekend by decorating graves with flowers and lighting candles. In Haiti All Souls Day, 2 November, is marked by the feast of the dead, where thousands of vodou priests and priestesses gather to communicate with the spirits and remember relatives. But in Port-au-Prince, death is not the end.
Full story (in Swedish) here: https://www.gp.se/nyheter/v%C3%A4rlden/livet-bland-de-d%C3%B6da-p%C3%A5-haitis-st%C3%B6rsta-kyrkog%C3%A5rd-1.19840816