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New Exhibit “Forbidden Art” Displays
Rare Concentration Camp Artwork

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ILLINOIS – Thanks to the exclusive partnership of The Polish Mission of the Orchard Lake Schools, located in Orchard Lake, Michigan, and The Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum of Poland, a temporary exhibit opening on October 19th at The Polish Museum of America will showcase photos of 20 rare pieces of art – created despite great personal […]

2014 Chesterton Conferences In Poland:
Warsaw and Krakow

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G.K. Chesterton, Distributism and Poland SOUTH ORANGE, October 2, 2014 — As part of the fortieth anniversary of the founding of the G. K. Chesterton Institute for Faith & Culture and The Chesterton Review, the Institute announces its upcoming conference series in Poland on the theme of “Chesterton, Distributism and Poland.” (Distributism is the name […]

Art For Heart 2014!

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CHICAGO – September 9, 2014 – Continuing the tradition of successful ART FOR HEART shows since 2010, The Polish Museum of America and Gift from the Heart Foundation (Dar Serca) are teaming up to present ART FOR HEART 2014! The program this year consisting of an Opening Gala October 4th, a Multi-Organizational Networking Evening October […]

Pascrell Lauds Invitation For
Ukrainian President To Address Congress

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WASHINGTON, DC (September 10. 2014) – Today, U.S. Rep. Bill Pascrell, Jr. (D-NJ-09), a member of the Congressional Ukrainian Caucus, lauded the announcement that Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko will address a Joint Session of Congress on September 18th. Last week, Rep. Pascrell joined his colleagues on the House Ukrainian Caucus in sending a letter to […]

1939 Nazi Invasion Began WWII
And “Big Lies” Against Poland

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Brooklyn, N.Y. .. “Tell a little lie, no one will believe you. Tell a big lie, everyone will believe you.” This was a World War II statement attributed to Joseph Goebbels, chief of Nazi Germany’s Ministry for Propaganda. And the more you repeat it, the more believed it becomes, according to his theory. It was […]

Alexandra Nowakowski, Winner of 2014
Marcella Kochanska Sembrich Award

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Alexandra Nowakowski is a 22 year old soprano from Palatine, Illinois, and a recent graduate of the University of Illinois (Urbana-Champaign). Though at the beginning of her professional carrier, Ms. Nowakowski has already distinguished herself in numerous competitions. In addition to being named the winner of the Marcella Kochańska Sembrich Vocal Competition by the American […]

Karski’s Book Donated To Garfield Library

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Last year, Poland’s Sejm voted to name 2014, the centennial year of his birth anniversary, “THE YEAR OF JAN KARSKI”. At their spring 2013 meeting, the Council of National Directors of the POLISH AMERICAN CONGRESS (PAC), America’s kin country lobby for a strong and sovereign Poland as the key country in East Central Europe that […]

GCC’s Civil War Initiative Announces
Fall Speakers

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BATAVIA, NY (08/06/2014)(readMedia)– When St. Bonaventure Professor Chris Mackowski was first scheduled to speak at Genesee Community College, Mother Nature did not cooperate. Inclement weather forced the cancellation of Dr. Mackowksi’s much anticipated talk last spring. Now Mackowski will kick off the fall Civil War Lecture Series on Wednesday, September 3, 2014. It’s the first of […]

Polish American Citizens Club
of Whitehouse Station Presents Scholarship

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NEW JERSEY – The Polish American Citizens Club of Whitehouse Station presented a $500 scholarship to Andrew Lachenmayr, a Hunterdon Central High School senior. The presentation was made during the club’s June Board Meeting at Liberty Hall in Whitehouse Station. In photo (from left): Andrew Lachenmayr, Deborah Libero, PACC President, and Fred Miller, PACC Treasurer. Photo […]

Joann Ozog Honored With Polish Spirit Award

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CHICAGO, IL – Each year, the Polish Museum of America (PMA) in Chicago, IL, awards the prestigious “Polish Spirit Award” to a person who embodies pride in their Polish heritage and has taken action to help the PMA promote and preserve Polish history, culture and traditions. This year, the person chosen for this honor is […]