Wystawa czynna 
od 5 do 14 maja 2005 
w National Press Club 
w Waszyngtonie







Exhibition is coming to the USA. First it will be shown in Washington D.C.: May 5-14 2005.

Location: National Press Club, 529 -14th Street NW Washington, DC 20045

The exhibition is free and open to the public Mon-Fr 9 AM - 6PM, Sat. 11 AM - 4 PM

The Exhibition has a new addition a panel featuring the Solidarity underground press of the decade. The panel was prepared by Shana Penn, am author of a new book on Solidarity press: "Solidarity Secret: The Women Who Defeated Communism in Poland."

Organizers: The Polish Embassy in Washington D.C. and International Committee on Journalism, Curators: Ewa Zadrzynska, Krystyna Stachowiak, Ewa Wierzynska

The exhibit is especially timely now, as 2005 is a year marked with anniversaries of the historic events that shaped contemporary Europe: the 60th anniversary of the end of World War II, the 25th anniversary of the birth of the Solidarity movement, and the 15th anniversary of the end of the Cold War. It sadly coincides with the death of Pope John Paul II. Without his great moral support the Polish Decade and the fall of communism wouldn't have happened.

Special Thanks to the Sponsors of the event: The Taube Foundation for Jewish Life and Culture, LOT Polish Airlines.
  
Na zdjęciu Krystyna Stachowiak organizatorka wystawy - InterAccess, Inc., Howell Raines - redaktor naczelny New York Times, Beata Stelmach - Prokom SA, sponsor wystawy, Ewa Zadrzyńska - organizatorka wystawy - InterAccess, Inc. 
W czasie wernisażu Ewa Zadrzyńska pokazuje Howellowi Raines artykuł napisany przez niego w 1980 roku dla NYT. Artykuł omawiał kampanię wyborczą Ronalda Reagana. Obaj ówcześni kandydaci na prezydenta: Reagan i Carter w kampanii wyborczej chwalili polskich robotników za odwagę i niezłomność. 2 września 1980 na pierwszej stronie NYT ukazały się aż cztery artykuły mówiące o Polsce.
   

 

Organizator:
  

© 2002 InterAccess Inc. All rights reserved. Contact: info@interaccessinc.com

Design: