"Eva" An Auschwitz survivor’s journey to forgiveness and healing | A film by Ted Green, Mika Brown and WFYI Public Media, Indianapolis
EVA E-LEARNING FREE IN APRIL Bring Eva's message of hope into your students' homes!
To help teachers and families adapt to the changing learning environment, WFYI Public Media and Ted Green Films have released the 56-minute educational version of the award-winning documentary "Eva: A-7063" and the accompanying Eva Educator's Guide (both below) for free throughout April. Please send this website to your teachers and students as E-Learning resources. Thank you for helping us inspire people around the world with the words and legacy of Eva Mozes Kor.
Kids waving in front of an Eva banner at the Indiana Historical Society.
"Eva: A-7063" 56-minute educational version

Eva: A-7063 - Educational Version

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Rating: NR

The shortened, educational version of "Eva: A-7063," by WFYI and Ted Green. The documentary – winner of seven regional Emmys and the national Gabriel Award for Human Dignity – tells the inspiring story of Eva Kor, a Holocaust “Mengele Twin” turned global ambassador for healing and inclusiveness.

Full Eva Educator's Guide
The Educator's Guide has been updated to meet Indiana's new Social-Emotional Learning Competencies, and its life-affirming messages of hope, resilience, empathy, etc., take on even greater importance during challenging times. These materials can also help schools commemorate Yom HaShoah -- Holocaust Remembrance Day -- on April 21. The video clips, discussion questions and activities provided are appropriate for grades  - 12.   Click here to view the full guide.
Cover of Eva Educator's Guide
Teacher Review
“Eva Kor is a true inspiration to the students at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School… Pain must not be wasted – we must learn from one another and share our stories in order to make this world a better place.” •		—Ivy Schamis, Holocaust Education teacher at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla., site of a tragic shooting in 2018.
Eva surrounded by young German girls.
"The human mind is like a garden. If you plant flowers, weeds will not grow." - Eva's mother