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Eva and CANDLES in the News

Founder of CANDLES Museum Continues Work for Human Rights

by UIndy, UIndy News, October 13, 2015


Talking Forgiveness with Holocaust Survivor Eva Mozes Kor

by Zach Hagadone, Boise Weekly, September 23, 2015


Holocaust Museum in Western Indiana Buys New Building

by Associated Press, 15 news WANE, Septermber 20, 2015


Eva Kor: How I Survived Dr. Mengele's Horrific Auschwitz Experiments

by Sabine Schwab and Umberto Bacchi, International Business Times, July 20, 2015


Groening Trial: Auschwitz Survivor Advocates Forgiveness

by BBC, July 15, 2015


Holocaust Survivor Eva Kor Headlines Moving Butler Commencement Focused on Forgiveness and Service

by James Marshall Crotty, Forbes Magazine, May 14, 2015


'Bookkeeper of Death' Should Not be Prosecuted

by Thomas Burrows, Mail Online, April 27, 2015


An Auschwitz Survivor's Radical Forgiveness as She Hugs Nazi Guard

by Sarah Kaplan, The Washington Post, April 27, 2015


Why Forgiveness is he Best Revenge of All

by Eva Kor, The Times, April 25, 2015


Former SS Member, on Trial in Germany, Says He Was ‘Morally Complicit’ at Auschwitz

by Alison Smale, The New York Times, April 21, 2015 


Survivors Journey

by Tim Swaren, The Indianapolis Star, January 23, 2015


Creating for the Community

by Kristen Kilker, ISU Office of Communications, for the Tribune Star, January 4, 2015

New app for CANDLES exhibitNew app developed for CANDLES museum


Kor Exhibit Traces Passage From Persecution to Forgiveness

by Arthur Foulkes, Tribune Star, November 27, 2014



Hitler's Children Film and Discussion

October 1, 2014




Holocaust Survivor Speaks on Forgiveness

by Whitney Lynn, The Daily Reveille, Baton Rouge, Louisiana



Eva Kor Tells Her Story in a Reddit AMA

February 13, 2014


Celebrating a Milestone of a Lifetime

by Dianne Frances D. Powell, Tribune Star, Sunday, February 2, 2014


Eva Kor reads to Carl Wilkens from a birthday card
prior to the start of Saturday's 80th birthday party at O'Shaugnessy Hall.


Remembering the CANDLES Museum Fire

by Dianne Frances D. Powell, Tribune Star, November 16, 2013

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Stand Up in Life: Teacher Fulfills Promise, Informs the Future

by Becky Malkovich, The Southern Illinoisan




Freedom and Forgiveness

Holocaust survivor and Southern Indiana resident Eva Kor continues search for medical files from Nazi experiments.

by Victoria Grabner, Evansville Living. July/August 2013