Yuki Ohta: Why have a SoHo Memory Project?

Oct 16, 2015

Credit Allan Wolper for WBGO

Yuki Ohta created the SoHo Memory Project in New York City to educate the throngs of visitors who have turned the one time haven for mafia landlords, struggling artists and sweat shops into an international destination for fashionistas and foodies.

In this edition of Conversations with Allan Wolper, Ohta discusses the impact that the May 25, 1979 disappearance of six year old Etan Patz had on the Soho area and the country. He was declared dead in 2011.

Click above to hear the entire show with Yuki Ohta.