A journey unlike any other:
From Auschwitz to forgiveness to healing the world
At 10, she survived experiments by Nazi doctor Josef Mengele. At 50, she helped launch the biggest manhunt in history. In her 80s, after decades of pain and anger, she traveled the world to promote what her life journey taught: Hope. Healing. Humanity.
Eva Kor passed away of natural causes on July 4, 2019, in Krakow, Poland. She was there doing what she enjoyed most: leading one of her annual tours to Auschwitz.
Eva told her full, unvarnished story for the first time in "Eva: A-7063," a documentary by Ted Green, Mika Brown and WFYI. We hope Eva's astonishing life journey will continue to inspire people around the world.
This documentary film project, produced by WFYI, Ted Green Films and Mika Brown, captures this remarkable woman’s legacy, carries Eva's critically important messages to future generations and shows, most of all, the power for good a single person can have. It serves as a tool for discussing difficult history, discovering shared values and encouraging peace and kindness.
Bring Eva Mozes Kor's message into your home and schools with the "Eva: A-7063" DVD, Blu-ray, and Educational Toolkits.