An explosion of drums. Men in crisp tailored suits march down the aisle. Women throw their hands up and shout. Men with top hats and canes parade the streets. A brass band joins in. Everyone is shouting, singing, dancing, moving. And in the middle of all of this is a coffin. Carry Me Home bears witness to the widespread tradition of celebration in African-American funerals today.
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