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[Article II of the Harvard Polish Society Constitution]
The Harvard Polish Society was established in 1990. The primary purpose of the Society is to provide the Polish community at Harvard with opportunities to meet on a regular basis, engage in activities aiming to promote Poland and increase the understanding of all issues related to Poland and Polish people at the university and beyond.
The Harvard Polish Society is among the most active ethnic and cultural organizations at our university. Our mailing list reaches over 180 subscribers, including students, alumni, faculty as well as members of the Polish community from the Greater Boston area. At present out Society has ca. 25 active members, who regularly attend our weekly meetings and participate in our special events.
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