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.
Nancy Pyburn, right, and daughter Cynthia Bounds at their StoryCorps Northwest recording. Listen (Runtime 4:36) Read Sometimes, when everything feels right, something can make your world crumble. Something like a… Continue Reading StoryCorps Northwest – Nancy Puburn & Cynthia Bounds: Dad goes to war
StoryCorps Northwest – Ric Carlson, Andy Kovach & Alex Kovach: Brent Blake and the great Soap Lake lava lamp
From left to right, Alex Kovach, Ric Carlson, and Andy Kovach at their StoryCorps Northwest Recording. Listen (Runtime 4:40) Read How do you bring money into a small town? Tourists… Continue Reading StoryCorps Northwest – Ric Carlson, Andy Kovach & Alex Kovach: Brent Blake and the great Soap Lake lava lamp
Brianna Motzkus, left, and her mother Cindi Rang at their StoryCorps Northwest recording. Listen (Runtime 4:26) Read The early pandemic was chaos. Masks and other PPE were scarce. Cindi Rang… Continue Reading StoryCorps Northwest – Cindi Rang & Brianna Motzkus: making masks for the pandemic