CONWAY, Ark.- Their voices are becoming fewer by the day, but they are as important as they've ever been.
On Wednesday night, a man who survived the Holocaust shared his perspective with people at the University of Central Arkansas.
Peter Gorog was born in Hungary in 1941.
He was three years old when Nazi forces invaded his country.
He and his mother sought refuge from a Christian friend.
Today, Gorog works with the National Holocaust Memorial Museum.
It's his mission to help ensure genocide like this, never happens again.
"To bring to people's attention that what you and everybody can do, we have to do when we see discrimination against people based on their skin color or religion or ethnicity," says Gorog.
Peter Gorog has lived in the U.S. since 1980.
In addition to his work at the Holocaust Museum, he's also worked on several NASA projects.