Estranged. March '68 and Its Aftermath
The year 2018 marks the 50th anniversary of the largest antisemitic campaign in the history of postwar Poland. POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews developed the program Estranged. March '68 and Its Aftermath which recalls the causes, the course and the consequences of this campaign.
50 years ago Polish Communist authorities launched an antisemitic campaign which resulted in the exodus of ca 13,000 Poles of Jewish origin from Poland. POLIN Museum developed an extensive program Estranged. March '68 and Its Aftermath in order to recall the causes, the course and the long-term consequences of the events of 1968. The program comprises, i.a., a temporary exhibition, a series of debates, theatrical performances as well as educational and scholarly projects. Its main goal is to provoke reflection on what are the consequences of passivity towards discrimination, xenophobia and violating human rights. The main event will be a temporary exhibition, to be opened on 9 March 2018.
The main event will be a temporary exhibition which will open on 9th March 2018.
The program Estranged. March ‘68 and Its Aftermath consists of a series of projects and a temporary exhibition at POLIN Museum. It aims at recalling the memory of the causes, the course and the consequences of the March '68 antisemitic campaign on the 50th anniversary of the events.
David Goldman & Debbie Bisno with the Fellowships at Auschwitz for the Study of Professional Ethics
Marek & Agnieszka Nowakowscy
Andrzej & Małgorzata Rojek
Jerry Wartski with Family
Paul Goldner & Sandy Soifer