Ruth Lindemann lived much of her life in Oregon, after escaping the Holocaust as a child. She gives regular talks about her experience, and has written a historical novel, "To Survive is Not Enough."

Ruth Lindemann lived much of her life in Oregon, after escaping the Holocaust as a child. She gives regular talks about her experience, and has written a historical novel, “To Survive is Not Enough.”

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  • More than 250,000 people are expected to move to Portland in the next 20 years. To help accommodate some of that growth, the city’s plan is to allow more duplexes and triplexes to be built in close-in neighborhoods. But some people say the new regulations will make building that additional housing financially impossible. And others say it will change the character of their single-family neighborhoods. City planner Joe Zehnder and Michael Andersen, a senior fellow at Sightline, join us to break it down.
  • We sit down with Holocaust survivor Ruth Lindemann, who has lived most of her life in Oregon. She recently published the book, “To Survive Is Not Enough,” a fictional novel based on her own stories and those told to her by other survivors.

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