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The Shift is here. So many new people are experiencing the stepped-up strange changes and shifts in perception it’s amazing. Time seems altered, perception seems to be slipping. Many are feeling almost drugged by it. It’s moving fast. It’s not easy to describe but the effects change perception, your sense of timing and energy, and some are even sensing physical earth changes around them. And it’s all good!…that is, unless we resist the change.
This is episode continues from where our previous broadcast left off.
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Join Ken Cobb as he talks about one of the richest repositories in New York City: the New York Municipal Archives. Ken, the Assistant Commissioner of Department of Records and Information Services for the City of New York, will talk about the collections of the archives -- the vital records, tax records, police records, almshouse records, mayoral records, and more. Find out what the Dutch holdings include from the 1600s. Ken will also tell us about the vital record digitization project currently underway.
Vital records: http://www.nyc.gov/html/records/html/archives/genealogy.shtml
Join my special guest Phyllistene Lawson for a discussion of her book Quilt of Souls. Quilt of Souls is a memoir that represents the author's childhood, her loving grandmother, and an old, tattered quilt that tells the untold stories that have long since been hushed. A quilt sewn with the used clothing of her grandmother's loved ones. Each piece of fabric woven into the quilt tells stories of how that person lived and died. Tragic stories of pain and suffering threaded back together with each healing stitch of perseverance and courage. Grandma Lula Horn (1883-1986) was like many other grandmothers of her era, a pioneer, and a symbol of hope who found alternative ways to soften the horrors of racism and bigotry.
Ms. Lawson completed her military career in 2013. Prior to her completing 20 years of military service, she earned her Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County. Ms. Lawson is married with two sons and five Granddaughter’s and currently reside in Florida.
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