13 minutes | Dec 22, 2016

Quinton Lucas (Becoming Himself)

Subscribe iTunes Subscribe google By: Matt Hodapp One of my favorite authors, Colum McCann, wrote in his novel Transatlantic that, “We return to the lives of those who have gone before us, a perplexing mobius strip, until we come home, eventually, to ourselves.”  That’s certainly true of City Councilman Quinton Lucas, who says his story was shaped by the decisions of the two most important women in his life. This is a story about how the actions of people in our past, even people we may have never met, can make us who we are today. Donate Songs used in this episode: Scalloped and Silent Flock by Blue Dot Sessions and they have been adapted.
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