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'They Were Just Like Us'

Artist preserves Holocaust victims' memories in paint and plaster

Robert Sutz, 82, is a man on a mission: He's using his 40 years of acclaimed art talents to create tangible reminders of Holocaust victims. Whether casting the survivors' faces in plaster masks, painting visions of their memories on canvas or recording their stories with a video camera, he wants to honor them — and their liberators — for future generations. My Generation learns how one man brings these stories, even the most painful, to life, so that others never forget.

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