New YorkPolishRadio

What it Means to Cover the Polish Immigrant Community

The Polish Flag

Polish Flag. (Photo: Roman G./Flickr)

Where We Live, a daily news and talk show on Connecticut’s WNPR, took on the subject of modern-day Poland this week.  Fi2W’s Ewa Kern-Jedrychowska, a reporter for Now Dziennik/Polish Daily News joined the conversation to speak about how and what she reports on in the Polish community in New York.

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