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Noah Schoen is a community organizer, antisemitism educator, and oral historian. As the Community Outreach Associate at the Holocaust Center of Pittsburgh, he works to strengthen the Center’s approach to dismantling antisemitism and the injustices of today.

In 2019 he co-founded Meanings of October 27th, an oral history project that interviewed over 100 Jews and non-Jews about their life histories and reflections on the October 27th, 2018 synagogue shooting in Pittsburgh. A ’17-18 JOIN for Justice Fellow and a two-time  instructor for the online course “Don’t Kvetch, Organize”, Noah has been organizing in Jewish communities and the labor movement for over 10 years. He is a graduate of Columbia University with a BA in Sociology.