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Unzere Kroke – multicultural children’s day

We wanted to present a culture going beyond stereotypes and stereotypes, as well as beyond the folklorisation of ethnicity and multiculturalism, which is now commonplace, creating the opportunity to thoroughly learn the culture of minorities as a part of Poland’s culture and heritage.

In 2013 and 2014, the Jewish Czulent Association in cooperation with the Małopolska Voivodship Office in Krakow organized a multicultural children’s day Unzere Kroke (in Yiddish, Our Krakow). The aim of the project was to organize Children’s Day for children representing various national, ethnic and religious minorities living in the Małopolska region.

The organizers wanted to integrate children. The organization of the event was accompanied by the conviction that such projects help to overcome stereotypes and fight against all manifestations of racism and anti-Semitism.

We wanted to present a culture going beyond stereotypes and stereotypes, as well as beyond the folklorisation of ethnicity and multiculturalism, which is now commonplace, creating the opportunity to thoroughly learn the culture of minorities as a part of Poland’s culture and heritage.

In 2013, workshop concepts were prepared by well-known artists: Bogusław Barnaś (architect), Urszula Palusińska (illustrator and director), Małgorzata Mirga (visual arts), Krzysztof Gil (visual arts) and Anna Rozenfeld (Yiddish). The aim of the workshop was to present a variety of Krakow from the point of view of children from different national and ethnic minorities. The children built a box installation in the courtyard of the Old Synagogue. Over 70 children took part in the event.

In 2014, the workshop concepts were prepared by Urszula Palusińska (illustrator and director), in cooperation with Małgorzata Mirga (visual arts), Krzysztof Gil (visual arts) and Anna Rozenfeld (Yiddish). The children drew a symbolic map of Lesser Poland in the Jordan Park. On the map, they marked places related to their culture, heritage and religion. Over 100 children took part in the event.

projekt realizowany w 2013 i 2014 roku

Organized by:

Jewish Association Czulent

Partners:

Voivodship Office in Krakow
Jewish Religious Community in Krakow,
Armenian Cultural Association in Krakow,
Romance Educational Association “Harangos”,
Chabad Lubawicz Educational Center in Krakow,
The circle of Russians in Krakow
The Ruska Bursa Association,
Towarzystwo Społeczno-Kulturalne Żydów in Poland o / Kraków,
Society for the Promotion of Culture and Romani Tradition Kały Jakha,
Society of Slovaks in Poland

Financed by:

Joint Distribution Committee Poland.
US Consulate General in Krakow,
Historical Museum of Krakow,
Embassy of Israel in Poland,
Shalom Foundation,
Social Publishing Institute Znak sp. Z o.o.,
City Hall in Krakow,
Publishing House  Austeria,
Publishing House Nisza,
Publishing House BONA

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