WSOU’s Thank God For Monday Offers
Programming For Stressed Out Workers

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South Orange, N.J. – In conjunction with Stress Awareness Month (April 2015), WSOU’s Thank God For Monday offers a series of conversations about managing workplace stress.  The series focuses on practical advice for dealing with stressful and frustrating work and school situations. “American workers and students are more stressed than ever, so it is critical that people […]

Yonkers Desires to Change Casimir Pulaski
Crossway to Vietnam Veterans Highway

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Dishonoring One To Honor Others Forsakes Our Ethical Compass, Soils Our Intent, and Reveals Life Lost In Battle Has Been Extinguished In Vain By Hezi Aris (Yonkers Tribune) City of Yonkers – Public Notice – Resolution No. 19 – 2015  – “Vietnam Veterans Way” Public Hearing on Tuesday, March 24, 2015, at 7:30pm, in the City […]

Officially Received In Washington

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Mikulski Announces 5th Term Will Be Her Last;
Will Focus On Working For Her Constituents

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BALTIMORE, Md. (March 2, 2015) – On March 2, 2015, at  Henderson’s Wharf Inn in Fells Point, U.S. Senator Barbara A. Mikulski (D-Md.) announced she has decided not to run for re-election. Senator Mikulski, who will complete her 5th term in office in January, 2017, says she wants to focus for the next two years on working […]

Here’s The Guy Rudy Is Talking About: Frank
Marshall Davis, Communist Party no. 47544

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Rudy Giuliani is being roundly criticized for several recent statements he has made about President Barack Obama, including the claim that Obama in his youth was influenced by a literal communist. I cannot address all of Giuliani’s remarks, but I can certainly speak to the influence of the communist he referred to. In short, Rudy […]

Minister Macierewicz To Speak
At Rutgers University-Newark

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Sto Lat Bronislawa Rynkowski!

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BALTIMORE, Md. – There was quite a celebration here on New Year’s Eve, 2014 – The 100th Birthday of Bronislawa (“Bronia”) Rynkowski. She was born in Baltimore on New Year’s Eve of December 31, 1914 to parents Stanislaw and Katarzyna Tomaszewski. In keeping with the Polish Catholic large-family-norm of the bygone era, her siblings were […]

Mikulski, Cardin, Kirk Introduce Resolution
Commemorating The 70th Anniversary of The
Liberation of Auschwitz

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Lustration Clears Official

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Brooklyn, N.Y. – An attempt to discredit the Downstate New York Division of the Polish American Congress and one of its vice presidents, Szczepan Janeczko, needed Poland’s Institute of National Remembrance (Institut Pamieci Narodowej-IPN) to step in and clear him of false accusations. These accusations attributed Communist connections to him during the years he lived […]

Wayne State Students And Faculty
Enjoy Slavic ‘Wigilia’

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DETROIT–  The Wayne State University Slavic Klub, which includes students of Ukrainian, Russian and Polish language study, hosted  a traditional Wigilia dinner at the historic and iconic Polish Village Café in Hamtramck, Michigan.  Proprietor Carolyn Wietrzkowski and staff served a well-received multi-course dinner with symbolic Christmas delicacies.  Faculty advisors, Alina Klin, Ph.D., and Laura Kline, […]