TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI) - A local Holocaust survivor is sharing a message of hope, understanding, and forgiveness.
Eva Kor spoke at Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology on Monday.
Her visit was part of the 'Diversity and Inclusion' series on campus.
Kor told the crowd about her experience during the Holocaust.
She spoke of forgiveness and perseverance at difficult times in life.
Kor lives in Terre Haute.
She is one of the last surviving twins who were part of the Mengele experiments.
You can learn more about Kor and the Holocaust at the Candles Holocaust Museum in Terre Haute.
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