Eva Brown, with a family photograph from her youth in Hungary in the 1930s, is one of a small group of Holocaust survivors who feel compelled to tell their stories. She speaks at the Museum of Tolerance most Tuesdays, telling tourists students about her experiences. "You have to verbalize your pain, she said.
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