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Polish Cultural Institute- New York City
136 webpages The Institute's website provides information regarding upcoming Polish cultural theatre, film, music, art, and other events in New York City and other locations throughout the United States. A diplomatic mission of Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Poland to the United States. The New York-based Institute is dedicated to promoting and nurturing cultural ties between the United States and Poland, both through American exposure to Poland's cultural achievements, and through exposure of Polish scholars and artists to American trends, institutions, and professional counterparts.
The Kosciuszko Foundation - New York City
140 webpages The Kosciuszko Foundation is dedicated to promoting educational and cultural exchanges between the United States and Poland and to increasing American understanding of Polish culture and history. The websites pages provide information regarding membersh ips and headquarters; Foundation Chapters; summer study abroad opportunities sponsored by the Foundation; its grants and scholarships; books that can be purchased through the Foundation; Foundation news; and a short biography of Thaddeus Kosciuszko.
Polish Institute of Arts and Sciences of America - NYC
277 webpages The Polish Institute of Arts and Sciences of America is a Polish-American non-profit organization supported exclusively by the public, its members and friends. Founded in 1942, it has become the leading center of learning and source of information about Poland.  Annual Meeting - Call for proposals
Józef Pilsudski Institute of America - NYC
55 webpages Founded in 1943 and located in New York City, the Institute is an active museum of Polish history and culture and a research center on the modern history of Poland. The Institute has an archival collection of documents on the history of Poland which, in the United States, is second in size only to that of the Hoover Institute in Stanford, CA. It also has a library of 22,000 volumes, a collection of 20,000 photographs, and other important collections newspapers, stamps, medals, etc.
Polish American Congress
610 webpages National umbrella organization representing Polish-Americans. Headquartered in Chicago, it is organizied into 28 geographical divisions . Its membership is comprised of fraternal, educational, veteran, religious, cultural, social, business, political organizations and individual membership. The website features information about the Congress, items of news, an online newsletter, discussion of Polish-Jewish issues, etc.
American Polish Advisory Council
122 webpages Organization which has as its purpose the development of leadership capacity and a stronger and clearer Polish American voice in politics and public affairs through the creation of a political action network, promotion of the election of Polish Americans, etc.
Federation of Polish Americans, Inc.
8 webpages The Federation is a non-partisan, not-for-profit organization dedicated to promoting the interests of Polish Americans. Located in Washington, D.C., it promotes its policies and programs through ongoing relationships with policy makers, the media, lawmakers and elected officials at every level and through financial contributions made by the FPA Political Action Committee.
American Council for Polish Culture - ACPC
33 webpages A National cultural and educational umbrella organization representing 35 Affiliate Organizations, 7 Supporting Organizations and 250 individual members. The Council's activities include its Youth Conferences, Scholarships, lecture tours, the Sembrich Concerts, various competitions (Literary, Styka Art, and Hofmann Piano) - Distinguished Service and Cultural Achievement Awards, etc. and an annual convention. Annoucement of the 2003 $5,000 Pulaski Scholarship
Polish Falcons of America
65 webpages A Fraternal Benefit Society with 119 Nests (lodges). The first Nest in the United States was organized in Chicago in 1887 as a direct outgrowth of a similar organization which developed in Poland in 1867. The Nests, which are found in the north-eastern United States, bring members together offering a wide range of social, cultural and sports activities. The Falcon, a daring, fearless bird, famous in song and in story, was adopted as the official emblem for the organization because of its independence, strength and fearless defense of its domain.
Polish American Historical Association (PAHA)
11 webpages The Association, an autonomous scholarly society, is devoted to the study of Polish-American history and culture. Each year, in January, PAHA hold an annual meeting in concert with the American Historical Association, featuring presentations on all aspects of ethnic studies with a special focus on Polish Americans.
Polish Genealogical Society of America
705 webpages The Polish Genealogical Society of America, headquartered in Chicago collects, disseminates and preserves information on Polish and Polish-American family history and helps its members use that information in their own research.
Polish Singers Alliance of America
3 webpages An umbrella organization of some four dozen listed choruses, primarily in the Eastern United States and Southern Ontario.
Polish National Alliance, Chicago, IL
158 webpages An ethnically-based fraternal insurance benefit society licensed to do business in 36 states and the District of Columbia.
The Polish Nobility Association
128 webpages An association of individuals who interested in their Polish ancestry and the ancient Clan structure of Poland's gentry (Szlachta). Associated with the organization is the The Polish Nobility Commonwealth Guild a not-for-profit Historical re-enactment organization which seeks to represent Poland in in the Renaissance Period Faire circuit and which features on its site a variety of photographs both of its own re-enactments and from the Polish film "With Fire and Sword".
Database of Polish Professionals Worldwide
database of 50 records Known under the name PAPCIO, the site is a listing of individuals willing to offer professional assistance and cooperation to fellow Poles and friends of Poland.
Polish Scouting Organization - U.S.A.
110 webpages A non-profit organization staffed entirely by dedicated volunteers who offer their time as troop leaders, counselors, camp directors and outfitters. The majority of them are young Americans of Polish descent.
L.E.A.D. and A.C.P.C. Youth Leadership
10 webpages LEAD (Leadership, Education, Action, Making a Difference) is an organization that together with ACPC (American Council for Polish Culture) sponsors annual Youth Leadership Conferences in Washington, D.C, An account of the 2002 conference was printed by Polish News.
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