After Pittsburgh, Words Of Strength In The Face Of Hate
When tragic events leave us speechless, leaders must help us find our bearings
When events such as the murder of 11 Jewish worshipers at the Tree of Life synagogue in Pittsburgh leave us speechless, leaders must help us find our bearings.
"These are good, decent people," said Rabbi Jeffrey Myers of those who were slain. Myers was holding service at Tree of Life at the time of the shooting.
“They didn't have an ounce of hate in any of them. We turn to the leaders of our country. We've got to stop hate, and it can't just be to say we need to stop hate. We need to do, we need to act, to tone down rhetoric. Hate is not welcome here in Pittsburgh. It should not be welcome in our borders at all."
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