Students of an elementary school in Tuszyn, a small town near Karski’s hometown of Łódź, Poland, learn about Karski through the comic book "Karski's Mission: To Stop the Holocaust."
In this interview, the Emmy award winning director Sławomir Grünberg shares his impressions from the showings of his documentary “Karski & The Lords of Humanity.”
Middle school students from Bonita Springs Charter School (Bonita Springs, FL) learn about Karski’s life and mission and to deepen their understanding of the historical context, while viewing the exhibit "The World Knew: Jan Karski’s Mission for Humanity" at the Holocaust Museum and Education Center of Southwest Florida.
The Fellowships at Auschwitz for the Study of Professional Ethics (FASPE), an international program that addresses contemporary ethical issues that professionals face, presented its 2017 FASPE Ethical Leadership Award on January 30 to Jan Karski, posthumously.
The Jan Karski Polish School in Palos Hills, Illinois, has recently added the graphic novel "Karski’s Mission: to Stop the Holocaust" to its curriculum.
There was a special screening of "Karski & The Lords of Humanity" organized by the Swedish Friends of the POLIN Museum, the Stockholm Jewish Community, Bajit, the Swedish Committee Against Antisemitism, and the Polish Institute in Stockholm, with the assistance of Fundacja Edukacyjna Jana Karskiego in Warsaw and the support of the Jan Karski Educational Foundation in the US. The event took place on January 23.
The Karski exhibit "The World Knew: Jan Karski’s Mission for Humanity" has opened at the Holocaust Museum and Education Center of Southwest Florida in Naples, FL, in collaboration with the Jan Karski Educational Foundation.
The “Polish Perspectives” exhibit at the National Council for the Social Studies Conference featured Karski-related publications and educational materials, which attracted lively interest among the conference participants.