This season, our stories have centered mostly around criminal justice — people caught up in violence, courts and prison.
But in Episode Six, we explore how the law intersects with what can be the most intimate and difficult decision a person ever makes — if they get the chance: choosing how to die.
Death is likely the most difficult thing we will all face sooner or later. But mourning the death of a loved one can be harder still when they’ve decided to die. And then… there’s coming to terms with the fact that you supported this choice.
And this concludes Season One! Thanks to everyone who’s listened and shared their stories and reviews.
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Until season 2, stay GRAY out there!
SHOW NOTES |
Julie Reynolds Martínez and Mara Reynolds
FEATURED MUSIC |
Blue Dot Sessions | Elmore Heights | Allston Night Owl
Lobo Loco | Just A Moment
Meydan | Tired of Life
Lobo Loco | Adored
Meydan | Contemplate the Stars
David Hilowitz | Time Passing
Ketsa | better offers | blue violets
Thank you, Free Music Archive!
Photo | Mara Reynolds @aflowerforallreasons
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