Join WFSU for a Free Screening of Eva: A-7063 at Challenger Learning Center
As a 10-year-old “Mengele Twin” at the Auschwitz concentration camp, Eva Kor suffered some of the worst of the Holocaust. At 50, she launched the biggest manhunt in history. At 60, she publicly forgave the Nazis, and into her 80s, despite myriad challenges, she circled the globe to promote hope, healing, and humanity.
“Eva: A-7063” has been broadcast more than 1,000 times throughout the United States and Germany. It won an Award of Excellence from American Public Television, seven regional Emmys and the national Gabriel Award for Human Dignity.
Guest speaker Alex Kor, son of Eva Kor, will join the event via Zoom.
The documentary and Eva Education Program were produced by WFYI and Ted Green Films.
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