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.
The Jan Karski Educational Foundation is proud to announce the publication of the long-anticipated illustrated book "Karski’s Mission: To Stop the Holocaust," based on the true story of Jan Karski.
The World Knew: Jan Karski’s Mission for Humanity exhibition, hosted by Iona College from October 26 until December 3, was viewed by a diverse audience.
"The World Knew: Jan Karski’s Mission for Humanity" exhibition was the centerpiece of the Oak Park Public Library’s 2015 Humanity 101.
“Karski My Hero” project, addressed to educators and middle and high school students, has been launched by Fundacja Edukacyjna Jana Karskiego, the sister organization of the Jan Karski Educational Foundation.
Lindenwood University hosted an inspiring event in connection with the opening of the exhibition "The World Knew – Jan Karski’s Mission for Humanity," attended by many important guests, faculty members and students.
The 10-Złoty silver commemorative coin issued by The National Bank of Poland (NBP) to celebrate the 100th anniversary of Jan Karski’s birth has won The Coin of the Year Award (COTY) in the Most Inspirational Coin of the Year 2016 category (for coins minted in 2014)
The American premiere showing of the documentary "Karski & The Lords of Humanity" was held on November 5 at Georgetown University’s Lohrfink Auditorium, with several hundred people getting their first glimpse of the new film at the University where Karski spent 40 years of his life.