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Confronted with unspeakable suffering, Jan Karski spoke out. Learn the story of this Polish World War II hero on October 1, when the library hosts the opening reception for an exhibit on his life and legacy.
Humanity 101 returns to Oak Park in October, focusing on Exploring Our Humanity and headlining with a powerful exhibition on Jan Karski, a Polish World War II resistance fighter. "The World Knew: Jan Karski's Mission for Humanity" is a 22-panel traveling exhibition about Karski's courageous life and World War II legacy.