Between 1979 and 2018, Woni Spotts traveled to every country and continent around the globe (recorded/verified).
Born to Los Angeles musicians Roger and Betty Spotts, Woni became an accomplished songwriter and pianist. Between 1979 and 1982, she hosted a film called "Passing Through." The documentary had an ambitious plan to visit every country around the globe. Nolan Davis (producer) died before the expedition's end. The abandoned footage found its way to theaters in 1989.
While attending college, Woni formed an eCommerce company. After the death of her parents, traveling to the remaining countries and territories became a dream fulfilled.
A fierce defender of vulnerable people, animals, and the earth, Woni is a lifelong vegan and minimalist. She is deeply passionate and excited to reveal unexpected African roots hidden all over the world.
Woni Spotts' forty-year odyssey unfolds in an artistic book called Letters from everywhere.
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