After Sandy, Katrina And Sept. 11, This Sculptor Finds Art In Survival

September 11, 2015 at 2:38 pm Leave a comment

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Saucedo grew up playing stickball on the streets in Brooklyn and watching the original World Trade Center rise over New York City. His father took him and his brothers to the construction site to watch it being built. The youngest, Gregory, died in the North Tower on Sept. 11 in the line of duty.
“He loved being a fireman,” Saucedo says, his voice catching…….

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