Despite their difficult history, Poles and Jews continue to need each other in the field of historical memory. Although thousands of non-Jewish Poles are committed to dialogue and fostering better relations with Poland’s Jewish community, there remain deep concerns about historical memory and surging antisemitism, raising questions about the country’s Jewish future. How can Poland continue to support its Jewish community and be accountable for its own history? Join American Jewish Committee (AJC) and Tablet Magazine for an important discussion on what shapes the Polish narrative.