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Never again

Holocaust survivor shares her story, implores Americans to be vigilant against signs of authoritarianism

By Francisca Jones

This article was published February 10, 2018 at 2:34 a.m.

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Irene Butter (center), seated with John Bidwell and Kris Holloway (left), co-authors of her book Shores Beyond Shores: From Holocaust to Hope, and friend Paul Bash of Little Rock, listens to a compliment from an audience member after giving a talk at the Clinton Presidential Center on Jan. 31.

Irene Butter speaks to an audience of school-age children from the Little Rock area Jan. 31 at the Clinton Presidential Center in Little Rock.

Irene Butter never planned to stand in front of an audience and share the story of her childhood experience of surviving the Holocaust.

Irene Butter speaks to an audience of school-age children from the Little Rock area Jan. 31 at the Clinton Presidential Center in Little Rock.

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