CANDLES Holocaust Museum and Education Center in Terre Haute will lead a group trip to Kansas City leaving July 29 and returning Aug. 1. Participants will have an opportunity to visit the world-renowned exhibit “Auschwitz. Not long ago. Not far away” at Union Station where they will experience the history of the Holocaust through a collection of over 700 artifacts.
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The Indiana Historical Society will open a new exhibit focused on Eva Mozes Kor’s legacy in 2021. The exhibit will be the first in Indianapolis to focus on Kor and the Holocaust
The world on Monday marked the 75th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz-Birkenau death camp. And in Indiana, young Hoosiers marked Eva Education Day in honor of the late Eva Mozes Kor, the Auschwitz survivor who called Terre Haute home for nearly six decades and who made a message of forgiveness her life's work.
Monday marks the 75th anniversary of the liberation of the Auschwitz concentration camp where millions of people died at the hands of Germany's Nazi regime in World War II. In honor of Eva Mozes Kor – a Holocaust survivor and activist who made Terre Haute her home for 59 years – Hoosier schoolchildren will be accessing an Eva Educational Toolkit to learn important lessons about forgiveness, tolerance and character.
Legacies live on for deceased Hoosiers
Indiana lost giants in 2019, so on this year’s final day, we pay tribute to them once again. They all made substantial, life-changing contributions in the realm of public and community service, each in their own way and each with their own particular energy.
Indiana State University’s 53rd annual Contemporary Music Festival is scheduled Oct. 23 through 25 with a special event on Oct. 15.The festival’s theme, Eternal Reflections, will feature works by Robert Paterson and celebrate music in times of trial.
Blue glow sticks highlighted a loving tribute to Holocaust survivor and forgiveness advocate Eva Mozes Kor during a celebration of life event Sunday afternoon at Butler University in Indianapolis.
A celebration of life is planned Sunday in Indianapolis for Holocaust survivor and beloved Terre Haute resident Eva Mozes Kor, who died July 4 at age 85.Sunday’s service begins at 2 p.m. in Clowes Memorial Hall at Butler University.The event is free