The Jews of Czestochowa
at the Skirball Museum and Archeology Center,
Hebrew Union College
"For Centuries, Czestochowa was a vibrant center of Jewish life in Poland. Before World War II, a third of the city's population was Jewish,
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however today there are fewer than 100 Jewish residents. An exhibit remembering the Jewish community in Czestochowa will be coming to Hebrew
Union College in partnership with the Center for Holocaust and Humanity Education in April 2012. The exhibit has been seen by thousands of people
both Poland and the United States. The exhibit will consist of over three hundred items including artifacts and photographs reflecting
Jewish institutions, civic life, education and culture in Czestochowa. If you are interested in learning more, or have a connection to this
community, contact Kate Morris at 513.487.3055 or firstname.lastname@example.org"
For more information visit the following websites:
Two choirs from Plock, Poland are scheduled to participate in the World Choir Games 2012worldchoirgames.com in Cincinnati:
Cincinnati-2012-participating groups from Poland
Positive Vibrations and Vox Juventutis www.voxjuventutis.pl between July 4 and July 14, 2012.