News Update on the planned removal of the Katyn Memorial at Exchange Place in Jersey City
From: Roman Korzan, Coalition of Polish Americans
Rally against Katyn Memorial removal this Saturday organized by „Katyń Memorial Committee”.
12 May at 1:00 p.m. City Hall, 280 Grove St., Jersey City, NY
Free transport provided! Buses leaving at 12 p.m. from: Cracovia Manor, 196 Main Ave., Wallington, NY
For more information call: Celina Urbankowski on 201-841-1826
We invite everyone who cares about our communities, who cares about Jersey City. See you this Saturday!
Congressman Siresâ™ Statement on Katyn Memorial in Jersey City
„The memorial is significant to not only the Polish American community, but to many veterans of World War II as well. The Polish American residents of Jersey City diligently worked with the city to dedicate the statue to honor the victims and to stand as a reminder of the horrific atrocity. „
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