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Poland’s image in the media

21 Sep Poland’s image in the media

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Friday, Sept. 23@ 10 a.m.

The Wartime Odyssey of Polish Children and the Good Maharaja – the photo exhibition

September 23-24 the Kosciuszko Foundation will host “Passage to India: The Wartime Odyssey of Polish Children and the Good Maharaja”, the photo exhibition.
Please feel free to visit us. Open to the public at 10 am – 5 pm.
No reservation required.

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Friday, Sept. 23 @ 6:00 p.m.

Henryk Sienkiewicz: One Hundred Years Later – a lecture by Prof. Michael Mikos of the University of Wisconsin at Milwaukee

A lecture by Professor Michael Mikos of the University of Wisconsin at Milwaukee.

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This event is free and open to the public. Seating is limited. Please RSVP

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Saturday, Sept. 24@ 10 a.m.

POLAND UNDER THE LENS: Shaping Poland’s Image in Mainstream Media by APAC

Please join us at the American Polish Advisory Council (APAC) Workshop and Conference at the Kosciuszko Foundation Headquarters in New York. The morning will include an address by Senator Anna Maria Anders on the media’s use of defamatory language in referring to Polish Concentration Camps and Polish Death Camps. The panel will discuss recommendations for how Poland and the Polish American community can shape Poland’s image in mainstream media including eradication of historical inaccuracies and derogatory statements. The afternoon program will consist of two panels devoted to the subjects of the originally planned conference in Cleveland, Ohio. The first panel will address the importance of turning out the Polish American vote and how this can be best accomplished. The second panel will be a discussion of the APAC Platform which we will subsequently present to the Republican and Democratic presidential campaigns.

In addition to participating, please reach out to your Polish American friends in the vicinity of New York to attend the event. The registration fee of $65 will cover lunch, refreshments and other logistic expenses.

Alternatively, you pay by check made out to American Polish Advisory Council and mailed to me at:
Edward L. Rowny
6200 Oregon Avenue #345
Washington, DC 20015

Please attend the APAC Workshop/Conference on Saturday, September 24th and get as many of your friends as possible to join us for what promises to be an informative and enjoyable day.

Warm Regards,

Ed Rowny
President, American Polish Advisory Council

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This event is open to the public. Seating is limited.
Please purchase tickets at Eventbrite

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Saturday, Nov. 12 @ 7:00 p.m.

KF Washington DC Gala

The Kosciuszko Foundation Washington, D.C. invites you to the Annual Gala Dinner honoring
Maestro Piotr Gajewski, 2016 KF Pioneer Award Recipient, a conductor who continues to thrill audiences all over the world with inspiring performances of great music.

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All funds collected at the Gala will support our programs and events at the Washington D.C. Center of the Kosciuszko Foundation.
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