Bring Eva Kor's message into your home and schools with the "Eva: A-7063" DVD, Blu-ray, and Educational Toolkits.
“Eva: A-7063”: An Auschwitz survivor’s fight to heal the world. As a 10-year-old “Mengele Twin,” Eva Kor suffered the worst of the Holocaust. At 50, she launched the biggest manhunt in history. Now in her 80s, she circles the globe to promote the lesson her journey has taught: Healing through forgiveness. Narrator Ed Asner and an all-star cast celebrate an irrepressible, small-town woman making a worldwide impact.
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Described as a "prairie mystic" by the Boston Globe, Grammy Award winner Carrie Newcomer is known for her warm voice, exquisite melodies and an irreverent yet spiritual view of the world. During a concert at Bloomington's Buskirk-Chumley Theatre held in collaboration with WFYI in the fall of 2016, she launched her "The Beautiful Not Yet" tour.
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Bobby "Slick" Leonard is Indiana basketball. No one better embodies its toughness; no one better personifies its passion. And no one takes more pride in being a native Hoosier. "Heart of a Hoosier" will chronicle Leonard's journey as never before, from the poorest part of Depression-era Terre Haute to the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame.
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Indy in the '50s
Mike Ahern narrates this scrapbook, highlighting the growth and popular culture of Indianapolis during the 1950s.
Indy in the '60s
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