Leaving a legacy: Robinson helps people tell their life stories

Laurie Oswald Robinson works at her computer at her work station in The Hub in downtown Newton. Wendy Nugent/Newton Now
By Wendy Nugent Newton Now During a writing workshop Laurie Oswald Robinson taught, a woman in her 90s wrote about how she felt when she saw the casket that held her little baby sister when she died at the age of 2. The woman read what she wrote to the rest of the class. ?And tears were rolling down her face,? Robinson said. ?And this


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