Court Action In Defense of The Katyn Monument In Jersey City

Dear PASI Members, Friends, and Supporters of Polish American and Polish Causes, The Jersey City Katyn Monument landmark, an important symbol of the WW2 genocide of Poles, is under attack again by local groups with evident commercial and political interests. Their previous attempts to dismantle the monument and relocate it to the middle of a […]

By Commemorating The 1944 Warsaw Uprising, We Refute Stalin’s “Black Legend”

by John Czop On August 1, Poles and all who value freedom from totalitarian oppression commemorate the 78th anniversary of the beginning of the 1944 Warsaw Uprising.  This heroic struggle lasted for two months and was the largest battle fought by any anti-Nazi German armed resistance organization during World War II. The uprising was militarily […]

Charity Motorcycle Run Waives Registration Fees

NEW JERSEY – All registration fees for the August 21 Responders Run 4th Annual Motorcycle Run have been waived courtesy of a donation from an anonymous donor, according to Bob Nesoff Responders Run president. “The annual run had been impacted by Covid-19 and then a massive rainout,” Nesoff said. “It had an effect on our […]

Underfunded, Understaffed State Parks Need A ‘Friend’ In New Jersey

From High Point State Park at the “top” of the state to Cape May Point State Park at the southern tip, New Jersey has an incredible variety of public lands. Mountains, lakes, ocean beaches, bays, deciduous forests, pine barrens, beautiful rivers and streams, historic sites – we’ve got it all! But you don’t have to […]

Theater League to Present “Man of La Mancha” At Clifton High School

Show Opens On July 15th! CLIFTON, NJ – The Theater League of Clifton will stage a production of the Broadway musical “Man of La Mancha” at the Clifton High School auditorium, 333 Colfax Ave. Performances are slated for July 15, 16, 17, 22, 23 and 24. Friday and Saturday night performances begin at 7:30 pm; […]

Sturr Returns To Passaic – Clifton With Free Concert On July 21st

America’s Polka King, Jimmy Sturr and His Orchestra, will be playing a free concert for the nineteenth consecutive year in Passaic, NJ. Sturr, an 18-time Grammy winner, will be on the bandstand on Thursday, July 21 kicking off at 7:30 p.m. The concert will take place in Third Ward Park located at the corner of […]

Passaic County Provides Environmental Reminders

NEW JERSEY – Passaic County’s Office of Solid Waste & Recycling Programs has released its environmental infographic with “Simple Ways to Help Our Environment.”  With its release, The County is reminding residents and businesses that whether at work or at leisure, to act with the environment in mind. The Office of Solid Waste & Recycling […]

For A Mental Health Boost, Go Outside!

Ever had a “bad mood” day when you felt stressed, anxious or gloomy – only to have your spirits lifted just by going outside and spending time in the fresh air and sunshine? If so, you’re not alone! Nature can be a powerful mood booster, as a multitude of studies have shown in recent years. […]

PNH Needs Your Help!

Greetings Corporate Members, Social Members and Friends of The Polish National Home of Hartford, CT. The PNH is in need of your assistance. As hard as the volunteer Board of Directors and our limited number of member volunteers try, we are unable to maintain this historic property in a manner consistent with it’s stature. We […]

Call for Papers – Totalitarianism Across History

Totalitarianism Across History and Disciplines Conference November 15-16, 2022 Call for papers – Totalitarianism in East-Central Europe 1939-1989: History and Memory The Pilecki Institute of Solidarity and Valor in Warsaw invites graduate students and post-doctoral scholars from all disciplines to submit proposals for papers regarding any aspect of totalitarianism, from a broad theoretical and historical […]