Diversity Project: Emma Darling Cushman

A Light in the Darkness: Emma Darling Cushman Thousands of orphans owed her their lives, but this heroine lay for decades in an unmarked grave, her story buried with her. Then a group of students discovered her remarkable legacy, bringing forth the story of a true...

Diversity Project: Lilla Day Monroe

Lilla Day Monroe passed the bar in 1894 and became the first female lawyer in Kansas. Zoe’s original play depicts the story of the Topeka-based suffragette, who was a fierce fighter for women’s rights and underprivileged citizens, and worked daily to give them the...

News of the Week-10/20/17

“Did I do enough?” – Irena Sendler On October 20, 1943, the Gestapo came to Irena Sendler’s apartment and took her to a jail. There they interrogated and brutally tortured her for the names of Zegota leaders, which she refused to give up. She received a sentence...

News of the Week – 9/11/17

2018 is Irena Sendler Year in Poland as declared by the Polish Congress. See our website, updates and new designs coming over the next month. Our ‘Poland 2017’ journey this summer with 32 travelers was a tremendous success. Thanks to the great story of...
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