Sunday, February 1 at 2 p.m.
Jan Karski was a courier of the Polish Underground State and an emissary for the Polish exiled government. During WWII, Karski secretly traveled to the West to share information about life in occupied Poland and became one of the first people to inform the world of the Nazi schemes against Jews.
The exhibit runs through March 15. At the Allen Library north lobby, University of Washington. For more information visit polishstudiesuw.org.