Marian Turski (born in 1926) is a Polish historian and journalist of Jewish origin. He was 17 when he, his family and close friends were deported to Auschwitz from the ghetto of Litzmannstadt. His mother survived, as did some of his friends. He was 18 when he had to march from Auschwitz to Buchenwald. After the war, he travelled a lot, studied history in the USA, and befriended Martin Luther King. He worked as an editor and columnist at the famous Polish centre-left weekly newsmagazine “Polityka”. Since 2009, he has chaired the Council of the POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews in Warsaw and he is a member of the International Council of Auschwitz. In 2020, he delivered a speech during the ceremony of the 75th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz, entitled “Do not be indifferent”. In July 2020, he wrote an open letter published by “Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung”, in which he urged Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg to remove all Holocaust denying groups, pages and posts as part of the #No Denying It campaign launched by prominent Holocaust survivors.