What Happens to the Mementos Left at Tree of Life Building
The archivist of Pittsburgh's Jewish community is documenting and preserving as many mementos of the shooting and its aftermath as he can find.
A Year Later, Pittsburgh Survivors Struggle Through the Holidays
Signs of the attack remain everywhere in Squirrel Hill, the quiet, warm, tree-lined community that has been the home to Pittsburgh’s Jews for more than a century.
There Were 1,879 Anti-Semitic Incidents in 2018, ADL Finds
According to the ADL report, the last three months of 2018 were “unusually active” in terms of incidents.
Reliving the Pittsburgh Tragedy After Massacres in New Zealand
To the families that are reeling, I want to say that we in the Jewish community are your siblings; we are all children of Abraham.