Jun 21, 2013 (Tell Me More) — As a little boy, Isaiah Owens felt a strong calling to bury the dead. First, he buried a matchstick, and then his neighbors' pets. Today, he runs his own funeral home in Harlem. He's also the focus of a new PBS documentary about African-American funeral traditions. Guest host Celeste Headlee talks to Owens about Homegoings.
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