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Filmmaker Brings Light To Roma, Holocaust Victims Lost To History

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Filmmaker Brings Light To Roma, Holocaust Victims Lost To History

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Filmmaker Brings Light To Roma, Holocaust Victims Lost To History

Filmmaker Brings Light To Roma, Holocaust Victims Lost To History

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The Roma people — commonly called Gypsies — have long been relegated to the margins of European society. As outsiders, they were targeted during the Holocaust, but the number of victims remains little-known. Filmmaker Aaron Yeger tells their story in the documentary A People Uncounted, and he joins the program to explain more.