Community Health, Youth Voices
To Denis Perez-Bravo, Halloween is about more than just dressing up and eating candy; it’s about celebrating the creativity, energy, and innocence that society suppresses throughout the year. Because of this, Halloween holds a special place in Perez-Bravo’s heart. “Adults have to keep their innocence from their childhood to be truly happy and that includes continuing to pretend and imagine. Halloween is exactly that.” Read more at Richmond Pulse.