A Year On, Pittsburgh’s Jewish Community Is Healing, Rebuilding — and Hiring Armed Guards

Twelve months after the worst anti-Semitic attack in U.S. history, members of the Tree of Life and the Steel City’s other synagogues are discovering the ‘new reality of being Jewish in America.’ The first of two special reports

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Entrance to the Tree of Life synagogue in Pittsburgh, currently closed to its congregation, October 23, 2019
Entrance to the Tree of Life synagogue in Pittsburgh, currently closed to its congregation, October 23, 2019Credit: Jared Kohler
Amir Tibon
Amir Tibon
Pittsburgh
A sign in a local store, Squirrel Hill, Pittsburgh, October 23, 2019Credit: Jared Kohler

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