A Holocaust survivor who was awarded by the governor of Indiana for her advocacy work and her stunning willingness to forgive her Nazi captors delivered a passionate, must-read message to every member of Congress during her acceptance speech last week.

Eva Kor, 83, who was given the Sachem Award by Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb, the highest award in the state, asked Holcomb during last Thursday’s award ceremony to help her get a message to everyone in Congress, WRTV-TV reported.

“I would like to tell them we all must stop fighting with each other and try to help one another,” she said to rousing applause. “If they keep fighting, they cannot help the Americans.”

Hoosier Holocaust survivor Eva Kor describes life in Auschwitz. She was taken there with her family when she was 10 years old. Today, she was presented with the Sachem Award, Indiana's highest honor. http://bit.ly/2pxnrlo

Posted by RTV6 (WRTV – Indianapolis) on Thursday, April 13, 2017


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