Commemorations bestow — or seek to — a sense of shape, of order, to the chaos of events. … What we’re commemorating is not just our survival. It is “the horrendous loss of life, the horrendous loss of livelihood, and the symbolic losses as well,” as UC Irvine professor [of psychological science], Roxane Cohen Silver told The Times last week.
Op-Ed: A year later on the long coronavirus road to change
Los Angeles Times, March 16, 2021 (Opinion)
March 16, 2021