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Film screening, “Eva: A-7063”

Film screening, “Eva: A-7063”

At the age of 10, Eva Mozes Kor fought through the worst the Holocaust had to offer – being experimented on as one of "Mengele's twins" at Auschwitz. At 50, she helped launch the biggest manhunt in history. 

Now, this 4'9", 85-year-old woman from Terre Haute, Indiana, travels the world with her walker, delivering over 100 lectures a year. All with a single goal: “I know it’s some kind of fantasy that I could, with my little idea of forgiveness, somehow help heal the world,” she says. “But if I help heal one single person, I’m happy.”

“Eva: A-7063” is a 90 min. documentary that builds upon “The Story of Eva,” including 30 minutes of footage and commentary not seen in "The Story of Eva." We recommend attending this screening to learn more about Eva's journey.

Date:
Wednesday, March 6, 2019
Time:
2:00pm - 4:00pm
Location:
Jane Barth Anderson Meeting Room
Campus:
Carnegie Center for Art & History
Audience:
  Adults  
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Event Organizer

Eileen Yanoviak

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