I am an adjunct professor at New York University writing a book about the intergenerational transmission of trauma.
It’s not the first time that Jacek Miedlar, an activist in Poland’s nationalist movement, has had trouble with the law.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi visited the Jewish community center in Krakow along with a congressional delegation and received honorary membership.
“I’ve been made a scapegoat for all progressive causes that the far-right despise, and feel personally threatened,” the curator said of the lawsuit.
A spokeswoman for Netflix said the change will “not leave any room for misunderstanding.”
Poland’s prime minister said Netflix “deceives viewers into believing that Poland was responsible for establishing and maintaining these camps.”
The assailants outside of a Warsaw nightclub shouted “f**k Israel” and “Free Gaza” as they beat the students.
“I did not know where I exactly was standing when I was making this photo,” he said in a statement.
Unusually, Yad Vashem called Krystyna Danko’s efforts “incredible.”
The story is the latest twist in an internal power struggle in Poland’s Jewish community.