Ewa Majewska and Katarzyna Rakowska talk on Black protests, abortions and reproductive rights.
Listen the history of Auschwitz, the whole history of Auschwitz in one man’s brain.
It’s not only the language and resetting of the agenda that the ruling parties of Hungary and Poland have in common. However, they do not mirror each other either.
“While the former ghetto is certainly a geographical place of memory, as Elie Wiesel once said — a memory of overt violence — it is also a place of cultural resistance.”
Gdańsk is, with Kraków, Budapest, Paris, Berlin and Prague, one of Europe’s great old cities.
It was a sunny day, unusually hot for May. At noon, the fire truck was already there. Activists with workers’ …
Gradually one learns the first lesson of Poland: “Spoko, spoko. Easy, easy.” You get there when you get there. If you get there.