#Heritage is novel because it co-opts the trappings of “critical,” pluralistic curation yet neutralizes true civic debate.
I want to go back to feeling I can be both Polish and Jewish, but Poland is making that increasingly difficult. The main obstacle for me aren’t the fascists themselves. It’s Poles who watched the march and did nothing.
Men and women wearing face-masks chanted, “Pure Poland, white Poland” and “Clean blood, lucid mind,” as well as “Sieg Heil” and “Ku Klux Klan.”
No representatives of the Polish government condemned the demonstration. Meanwhile, police secured the march and arrested those who tried to block it.
I believe the Polish people should heed the message that Piotr conveyed in his letter.
Let us meet up in the autumn of 2017, to discuss culture in Poland and its future.
We speak the same language, but have two different histories – says the former President of Poland.