Video: Betty Reid Soskin back at work at Rosie the Riveter park after stroke

<p>https://youtu.be/swzAxAf4NsA</p><p>&lt;em<strong>&gt;Click
here if you’re having trouble viewing the video on a mobile
device.</strong></p><p>RICHMOND — Betty Reid
Soskin, the nation’s oldest park ranger, is back at work at Rosie
the Riveter/WWII Home Front National Historical Park in
Richmond.</p><p>Reid Soskin, 98, suffered a stroke in
September, and is now back at the park on Wednesdays between 11:00
a.m. and 1:00 p.m. Soskin cheered hundreds of people on Facebook
Tuesday with the news that she was “back at work” at the Rosie
the Riveter museum after her stroke five months
ago.</p><p>Soskin is well-known for her popular,
engaging talks on Richmond’s history, race and social change at
the Rosie the Riveter museum, where she spoke about her own
experience as a young black woman working at a segregated union
hall in Richmond.</p><p>

Source: FS – All – Interesting – Lifestyle
Video: Betty Reid Soskin back at work at Rosie the Riveter park after stroke