Interview with Yvonne Moody Washington

Warning: This interview contains material on domestic abuse that may be disturbing to some listeners.
Cultural Narrative: 

Yvonne Moody Washington was born in 1946 and was raised by her parents on a tobacco farm in Elk Creek, Virginia. She had six older brothers. She attended Plum Tree School, then went to the Louisa Training School, and finished high school at A.G. Richardson and graduated in 1964. She got married and had three sons. Washington worked as a housekeeper, then worked at Louisa Manufacturing Corp. and Rockingham Sleepwear Corp., before being fired for being involved with unions. She then worked as a school bus driver and then a special education aide, before obtaining a college degree and becoming a middle school teacher.