StoryCorps Northwest: ‘Hardest Thing To Be Is A Black Person’ Says Jewish Woman Who Hid In Attic
When Spokane resident Evelyn Woods was a little girl in World War II Germany, she hid in an attic with her Jewish parents. In today’s StoryCorps Northwest, Evelyn’s step-daughter, Robin, asks her how that confinement compares to today’s COVID-19 restrictions. Evelyn, 82, discusses that and the Black Lives Matter movement in this segment of StoryCorps Northwest recorded virtually.
Elle Harris leading mules Maureen Lewiston with her dogs Listen (Runtime 3:39) Read Mules are great for carrying supplies long distances over rough terrain,… Continue Reading StoryCorps Northwest – Maureen Lewiston & Elle Harris: Mule Mayhem
Paul Lauzier lived a modest life in a double wide trailer and drove an old truck. But he was worth millions of dollars. Continue Reading StoryCorps Northwest: Michael Rex Tabler & Chelan Kleyn – On Paul Lauzier’s Life And Legacy
StoryCorps Northwest: Taylor Helmstadter & Naomi Love – Addiction, Recovery, And Re-Learning To Love Yourself
Addiction is a hard cycle, and recovery is a long, rewarding journey. Taylor Helmstadter of Moses Lake knows this. In this edition of StoryCorps Northwest, she talks with producer – and new friend – Naomi Love about the 12-step program and re-learning to love yourself. Continue Reading StoryCorps Northwest: Taylor Helmstadter & Naomi Love – Addiction, Recovery, And Re-Learning To Love Yourself