A free “WarsawTour” app created by the Warsaw Tourist Bureau will enable you to walk the streets o Warsaw in Karski's footsteps.
Magdalena Brzozowska and Piotr Zygadło are this year's recipients of the scholarship funded annually by the Jan Karski Educational Foundation to participate in the 2017 Georgetown Leadership Seminar.
A commemorative bilingual plaque with information about Jan Karski was unveiled at Warsaw’s Jan Karski Boulevard on June 23 by the President of the City of Warsaw and the President of FEJK.
The graphic novel "Karski’s Mission: To Stop the Holocaust" receives Silver Medal during the 21st Annual Independent Publisher Book Awards ceremony in New York.
Students of the Stanisław Moniuszko Polish Supplementary School in Rockaway Beach, NY, review the graphic novel about Karski that they read in their ancestor's native language.
Zbigniew Brzeziński, a Polish American statesman who served as a National Security Advisor under President Jimmy Carter, an intellectual, brilliant speaker, and an important voice in international affairs, as well as an admirer of Karski and supporter of the Karski legacy, died on Friday, May 26 at the age of 89.
The Jan Karski Educational Foundation is sponsoring two participants of the annual Georgetown Leadership Seminar at Georgetown University’s Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service in Washington, DC
The 4th annual Polish Jewish Studies Workshop took place on April 2-4 at the University of Michigan Ann Arbor and gathered distinguished and aspiring scholars in the field of the humanities and social sciences from top universities in America, Poland, Canada, and Israel, who presented their papers on recent advances in research and teaching at the crossroads of the Polish and Jewish studies.