“Karski’s Mission: To Stop the Holocaust” has been recently introduced to Littleton High School (Littleton, MA) students by their history teacher Mrs. Susan Harvey. The students were taken in by the fast-paced story and the appealing illustrations, and have shared their impressions with the Foundation.
Fundacja Edukacyjna Jana Karskiego (FEJK), the Warsaw-based sister organization of the Jan Karski Educational Foundation, participated in a fair for non-profits, organized by the Forum for Dialogue Among Nations on March 8 at the Grand Theatre-National Opera.
E. Thomas Wood, Jan Karski’s biographer, author of "Karski: How One Man Tried to Stop the Holocaust" spoke about his encounters with Karski at Manhattan College in Riverdale, NY.
“Karski & The Lords of Humanity” has enjoyed a tremendous success at numerous Russian cities since its Russian premiere on January 27, which marked the International Holocaust Remembrance Day.
The celebrated exhibition honoring the life and legacy of Jan Karski, "The World Knew: Jan Karski’s Mission for Humanity" opened on February 9 at the Holocaust, Genocide and Interfaith (HGI) Education Center at Manhattan College (MC) in Riverdale, NY, during an event organized in collaboration with the Jan Karski Educational Foundation.
Another monument to Karski, the so-called Karski Bench, was unveiled on January 26 in front of the historic Remuh Synagogue in Kazimierz, a former Jewish district of Kraków.
As a supporter of the new film “Karski & The Lords of Humanity,” the Jan Karski Educational Foundation is proud to offer the DVD of the film for purchase for educational purposes. The glowing reviews of this film speak volumes about its powerful themes of tolerance and the courage of Jan Karski and his place in history.
Last fall, two young Polish men, Andrzej Fąfara and Szymon Pawlak, were chosen to attend the Georgetown University Leadership Seminar, on scholarships awarded by the Jan Karski Educational Foundation and its sister foundation, Fundacja Edukacyjna Jana Karskiego. Each of them, in gratitude for their tremendous experience in Washington, has written a brief essay about their time at Georgetown.