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"Shifting Points of View: A Memoir by Regina "Gini" Rosen"
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- Sound recording
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- Rosen, Regina
- Kingston, ON
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4 audio compact discs
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Name of creator
Regina "Gini" Rosen was a community leader and activist in Kingston, Ontario. Born in New York, she married Irving Rosen and moved to Kingston, attending Queen's University part time while raising their three children (Gregg, Charles, and Andrea).
Rosen quickly became a fixture of the community. She volunteered with many organizations over the years, including the Community Foundation for Kingston and Area, the City of Kingston arts funding committee, the Kingston Regional Arts Council, the Grand Theatre, and she was the creator of the city’s first Arts Fair. She and Irving were instrumental in raising the funds to support the development of Queen's University's Jewish Studies program. She received an honourary degree from Queen's University in 2014.
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Item is a collection of four CDs recording the reminiscences of Regina "Gini" Rosen.