All Souls procession is a time to honor and celebrate those who have been lost.
by James J. Jefferies
This Sunday, November 3rd, the 24th Annual All Souls Procession will wind its way through Downtown Tucson once again. In the early 1990s, this event began as a small, invitation-only procession with just a few hundred people, according to organizer Nadia Hagen, who began her journey with the event around 1996. “I came from a background of working on tribal-industrial shows, big concerts,” said Hagen. “I felt as though there was an opportunity here to turn this event into something more open and expressive.” Nearly a generation later, there’s ample evidence to support this assertion, as this year’s event is expected to attract nearly 100,000 participants.
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