Today my community joined the list of Jewish communities worldwide that have been terrorized by anti-Semites. But Squirrel Hill will continue to live by the values that the Jews have sustained for more than 2,000 years. They can never be gunned down.
An eloquent, important and deeply moving column from about her Pittsburgh neighborhood
I wrote this piece that day. "Now the Jews of Pittsburgh join the growing list of communities around the world that have been terrorized by anti-Semitic fanatics, from Kansas City to Brussels to Mumbai to Jerusalem..."
beautiful piece by , who grew up in Pittsburgh. "Squirrel Hill, I am certain, will continue to live by the values that the Jews have sustained for more than 2,000 years. They can never be gunned down."
How do we live together, in communities that aim to be “welcoming, big-hearted and profoundly decent,” communities both large and small, when “rhetorical tropes have translated into acts of violence"? asks questions that we all need to ponder