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Eva A-7063: A Holocaust Survivor's Fight to Heal the World

Celebrating Eva Education Day

2020-01-28 18:30:00 2020-01-28 20:00:00 America/Chicago Eva A-7063: A Holocaust Survivor's Fight to Heal the World Documentary telling the full, astonishing story of Eva Kor and her survival of Auschwitz. It reveals her hidden pain, rage and unextinguished love for humanity. 90minutes  Highland

Tuesday, January 28
6:30pm - 8:00pm

Add to Calendar 2020-01-28 18:30:00 2020-01-28 20:00:00 America/Chicago Eva A-7063: A Holocaust Survivor's Fight to Heal the World Documentary telling the full, astonishing story of Eva Kor and her survival of Auschwitz. It reveals her hidden pain, rage and unextinguished love for humanity. 90minutes  Highland

Highland

Meeting Room A

Documentary telling the full, astonishing story of Eva Kor and her survival of Auschwitz. It reveals her hidden pain, rage and unextinguished love for humanity. 90minutes 

Hoosiers will honor the life of Eva Mozes Kor on the 75th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz.

Governor Eric Holcomb declared January 27, 2020 as "Eva Education Day" in Indiana on Monday. Kor and her twin sister, Miriam, were experimented on at the concentration camp by Nazi doctor Josef Mengele.

Kor, who died this past July 4, dedicated most of her life to educating others about Mengele's experiments. After marrying another survivor, she moved from Tel Aviv, Israel, to Terre Haute, Indiana. Into her 80s she circled the globe to promote the lesson her life journey taught: Healing through forgiveness.

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The Highland Branch Library has long played an important role in downtown Highland. From its beginnings in rented storefronts to the Highland Memorial Library built in 1946 to its present location on Jewett and 4th Street, it has been an integral part of the community. The exterior of the library looks nearly as it did when it was first built in 1966. Although it is one of the oldest buildings in the library system, it's newly remodeled interior makes it one of the newest. The library still houses over 65,000 items, but now also features a large meeting room and children's program room, a study room, and WiFi, along with many public Internet computers. These features, along with the library's bright and inviting atmosphere and convenient location, make the Highland Branch Library a destination for the community and surrounding areas.

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