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Sinti survivor of the Nazis fights for compensation

Frieda Daniels is 89 years old, a high-wire acrobat — and Sinti. She and her family were persecuted under the Nazis, and Frieda is still fighting to obtain proper compensation for the injustice they suffered.

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