The Jan Karski Educational Foundation’s sister foundation in Poland launched a project this June called “Heroes in the Shadows of Tatra Mountains” under the sponsorship of a Museum of Polish History program called “Patriotism of Tomorrow.” Its main aim is to remind and familiarize Polish society -- primarily young people -- with the figures and achievements of extraordinary, yet forgotten people: the couriers and guides of the Tatra Mountains of World War II.
Polish TV production, "Karski" that originally aired on Polish TV in December, 2014 to crown the Karski Year, which was established to celebrate the 100th anniversary of Jan Karski’s birth, has recently received numerous awards.
Jan Karski Educational Foundation’s sister organization in Warsaw, Poland Fundacja Edukacyjna Jana Karskiego hosted several notable members from Georgetown University, which was Jan Karski’s alma mater
The Jan Karski Educational Foundation has recently donated copies of Jan Karski’s Story of a Secret State to Charlotte Catholic High School in Charlotte, NC, whose students were introduced to this captivating war-time memoir by the CCHS’s teacher Ms. Donna M. Tarney during a Holocaust class.
Andrew Nagorski, a renowned author and journalist, gave an engaging presentation on Jan Karski at the United States Military Academy (USMA) in West Point, NY, at the 2015 Annual Kosciuszko Conference on May 1.
The Board of Directors of Jan Karski Educational Foundation is happy to announce the expansion of its advisory body.
A flurry of raised hands from fourth and fifth graders at the Hannah Senesh School in Brooklyn last week demonstrated an enormous interest in the legacy of Jan Karski, the Polish Catholic hero of World War II known as “one man who tried to stop the Holocaust.”
Brooklyn College Library of the City University of New York hosts a reception on the occasion of the opening of the exhibit "The World Knew: Jan Karski’s Mission for Humanity."