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Holocaust Center of Pittsburgh Talk with Tony McAleer on Conspiracy Theories, Pittsburgh Jewish Chronicle, September 27, 2023

RADical Days Brings On 40 Days of Fun in Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh Magazine, September 5, 2023

Jewish Pittsburgher honored by Bamileke community, Pittsburgh Jewish Chronicle, August 28, 2023

Holocaust educator works to strengthen community resilience and tolerance amid rising antisemitism, Public Source, August 22, 2023

Holocaust Center educator learns best practices at national summer seminar, Pittsburgh Jewish Chronicle, July 11, 2023

Holocaust Center of Pittsburgh announces promotions, new hire, Pittsburgh Jewish Chronicle, May 8, 2023

Cache of audiotapes inspires new play about a Holocaust survivor in Pittsburgh, WESA, April 13, 2023

Holocaust Center hosts intergenerational Yom HaShoah commemoration, Pittsburgh Jewish Chronicle, April 10, 2023

How This Secret History of a Holocaust Survivor Made Its Way from Audio Tapes to a Pittsburgh Stage, Pittsburgh Magazine, March 31, 2023

Holocaust Center executive director departs; organization continues under Tree of Life, Pittsburgh Jewish Chronicle, February 17, 2023

Holocaust Center of Pittsburgh opening new exhibit Wednesday, WTAE-TV Pittsburgh, January 17, 2023

In art and artifacts, ‘Revolving Doors’ examines how antisemitism and Jewish survival repeat, WESA, January 17, 2023

New Holocaust exhibit at Chatham University reflects on past horrors to prevent further harm, WPXI-TV, January 17, 2023

Holocaust Center opens ‘Revolving Doors’ exhibit at Chatham, Pittsburgh Jewish Chronicle, January 16, 2023


Tree of Life shooting: Lauren Bairnsfather of the Holocaust Center in Greater Pittsburgh speaks on the four-year anniversary, WTAE-TV Pittsburgh, October 27, 2022

Holocaust Center marks Kristallnacht with two educational programs, Pittsburgh Jewish Chronicle, October 24, 2022

Seton Hill invites educators to ‘Grapple with Genocide’, Pittsburgh Jewish Chronicle, July 19, 2022

Fiber artist confronts the Holocaust in ‘Beauty and Terror’ series, Pittsburgh Jewish Chronicle, July 18, 2022

Fox Chapel teacher chosen for Holocaust education course, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, July 13, 2022

Dorseyville teacher joins national Holocaust education fellowship, Pittsburgh Jewish Chronicle, July 8, 2022

Clarion Quartet keeps Holocaust-era music alive in new VR documentary, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, May 16, 2022

Buhl Planetarium to host screenings of virtual-reality Holocaust documentary, Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, May 10, 2022

Pittsburgh’s first Festival of Books to be held this weekend, Pittsburgh Jewish Chronicle, May 9, 2022

‘The White Rose’ tells story of incredible courage in face of evil, Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, May 4, 2022

Tree of Life creates new nonprofit aiming to eliminate antisemitism, Pittsburgh Jewish Chronicle, May 3, 2022

See The New Design Plans For Tree of Life in Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh Magazine, May 3, 2022

Tree of Life’s new design includes antisemitism institution, museum and memorial, Next Pittsburgh, May 3, 2022

New design, mission for site of Pittsburgh synagogue attack, Associated Press, May 3, 2022

‘By the Waters of Babylon’ is 360-degree immersion into music of the Holocaust, Pittsburgh Jewish Chronicle, April 29, 2022

‘We must stand up’: Baldwin teacher named 2021-22 Holocaust Educator of the Year, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, April 17, 2022

Obituary: Agnes Lowy Rocher | Survived Auschwitz, Bergen-Belsen death camps, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, April 17, 2022

Holocaust Center and Prime Stage partner to tell story of Nazi resistance, Pittsburgh Jewish Chronicle, April 4, 2022

‘By the Waters of Babylon’ screenings planned at Buhl Planetarium, Herald-Standard, March 31, 2022

Jewish Federation combating Holocaust ignorance with educational classes, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, February 23, 2022

Dr. James Guggenheimer, a pioneer in dental medicine, dies at 85, Pittsburgh Jewish Chronicle, February 21, 2022

US Jews talk identity, Holocaust after Goldberg’s remarks, ABC News, February 5, 2022

‘Who is a Jew?’ exhibit marks Holocaust Remembrance Day at Duquesne University, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, January 26, 2022

Cartoon indulges antisemitic conspiracy, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, January 23, 2022

Duquesne University hosts Holocaust exhibit ‘Who is a Jew?’, Pittsburgh Jewish Chronicle, January 22, 2022

Educator and Holocaust survivor Fanny Gelernter dies at 89, Pittsburgh Jewish Chronicle, January 10, 2022


It takes a village: Communities respond to antisemitism, Pittsburgh Jewish Chronicle, December 27, 2021

$6.6M Awarded To Redeveloping Tree Of Life Synagogue, CBS Pittsburgh, December 6, 2021

Pennsylvania awards Tree of Life synagogue $6.6 million grant for rebuilding project, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, December 3, 2021

Transparency and education combat hate in Mt. Lebanon school district, Pittsburgh Jewish Chronicle, November 16, 2021

Jews of Shanghai featured in Kristallnacht program, Pittsburgh Jewish Chronicle, November 11, 2021

Hazleton hosts team behind comic-book saga about “Superheroes of the Holocaust”, PennState, October 28, 2021

More than 80% of American Jews say antisemitism has increased over the past five years, WESA, October 27, 2021

Interviewer of survivors brings Holocaust to life, Pittsburgh Jewish Chronicle, October 25, 2021

Local artist takes CHUTZ-POW! messages worldwide, Pittsburgh Jewish Chronicle, August 6, 2021

Two local educators complete program on teaching the Holocaust, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, July 12, 2021

Goldston teens donate $3000 to Holocaust Center, Pittsburgh Jewish Chronicle, July 6, 2021

‘Life is being affirmed in this place’: Daniel Libeskind on his redesign of Pittsburgh’s Tree of Life synagogue, The Forward, June 2, 2021

Comic book heroes recruited for online bystander training presentation, South Jersey Times, May 29, 2021

Tree of Life, Holocaust Center officials look forward to working with architect, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, May 4, 2021

Years After Deadly Shooting, Tree of Life Synagogue Plans a New Beginning, The New York Times, May 4, 2021

‘CHUTZ-POW!’, Superman & Comic Books As A Social Force | Teachers’ Lounge Podcast, Northern Public Radio, April 30, 2021

Holocaust Center marks Genocide Awareness Month with ‘Miracle in Rwanda’, Pittsburgh Jewish Chronicle, April 12, 2021

Prime Stage Theater Presents Miracle in Rwanda, Pittsburgh Current, April 9, 2021

Students, survivors find bond at annual Holocaust remembrance, Post-Gazette, April 8, 2021

Not just victims: this comic portrays Holocaust survivors as superheroes, Haaretz, April 7, 2021

Pittsburgh’s Holocaust Center marks Yom HaShoah, Genocide Awareness Month, Pittsburgh Jewish Chronicle, March 30, 2021

Zach Banner, Alysha Clark, Josh Bell hold panel on fighting anti-Semitism, The Times of Israel, February 19, 2021

Zach Banner: Athletes Against Antisemitism, The Turf Sports, February 18, 2021

Zach Banner and other Black athletes hold online panel about fighting anti-Semitism, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, February 18, 2021

Pittsburgh Steelers’ Zach Banner Urges NFL to Adopt IHRA Definition of Antisemitism, Speaks Out on ‘Lack of Understanding’, The Algemeiner, February 18, 2021

Zach Banner, Josh Bell headline ‘Athletes against Antisemitism’ event, Pittsburgh Jewish Chronicle, February 14,  2021

Pittsburgh Steelers’ Zach Banner to lead panel with athletes about anti-Semitism, Cleveland Jewish News, February 12, 2021

Zach Banner to Host Virtual Panel Combatting Anti-Semitism, White Supremacy, Steelers Now, February 11, 2021

Vaccination frustration: Jewish Pittsburgh struggles to find shots,  Pittsburgh Jewish Chronicle, February 1, 2021

State Rep. Frankel builds support for hate speech bill in wake of Capitol riots, TribLive, January 28, 2021

Pittsburgh’s Holocaust Torahs encompass rich history, Pittsburgh Jewish Chronicle, January 25, 2021

With extremism resurgent, will Pa. finally pass a tougher hate crimes law?, Pennsylvania Capital Star, January 22, 2021

Pitt remembers Holocaust survivor, alumna Shulamit Bastacky, The Pitt News, January 22, 2021

Duquesne sponsors panel discussing Capitol riot, The Duquesne Duke, January 21, 2021

Shulamit Bastacky, Holocaust survivor who connected to thousands, has died at 79, Pittsburgh Jewish Chronicle, January 8, 2021

Obituary: Shulamit Bastacky, who was hidden from the Nazis as a baby, encouraged hope and kindness in others, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, January 7, 2021

Holocaust survivor, Pittsburgh resident Shulamit Bastacky dead at 79, Pittsburgh Tribune Review, January 5, 2021

‘Chutz-Pow! Volume IV’ highlights women’s Holocaust stories, Pittsburgh Jewish Chronicle, January 4, 2021


New Installment of Comic Series Features Women’s Stories of Survival, Pittsburgh Magazine, December 24, 2020

With deaths of Holocaust survivors, ‘We’re seeing so many great lights pass’, Post Gazette, November 20, 2020

Seneca Valley history teacher named Holocaust Educator of the Year, Pittsburgh Jewish Chronicle, 2020

Schindler’s list survivor, Pittsburgh cantor Moshe Taube dead at 93, Pittsburgh Tribune Review, November 12, 2020

Obituary: Squirrel Hill’s Moshe Taube, renowned cantor and Schindler’s list survivor, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, November 11, 2020

Even during COVID-19, Chatham’s partnership with Holocaust Center of Pittsburgh still going strong, Chatham Communique, November 9, 2020

Kristallnacht commemorated by Holocaust Center with film and panel discussion, Pittsburgh Jewish Chronicle, November 4, 2020

Sweat Equity: This guy has the CHUTZ-POW! to work in the comic business, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, October 26, 2020

Holocaust knowledge limited, survey says. Some teachers aim to change that., Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, September 19, 2020

Western PA Museums, Theaters Benefit From $20 Million COVID-19 Relief Funding, NewsRadio 1020 KDKA, September 15, 2020

Holocaust Center of Pittsburgh Marks 40 Years, Pittsburgh Jewish Chronicle, September 4, 2020

Comic book artist inspired by stories of real-life superheroes, Pittsburgh Jewish Chronicle, August 23, 2020

Local man helps preserve history by collecting Nazi artifacts, Pittsburgh Jewish Chronicle, August 2, 2020

Holocaust Center shares history and mission at Pitt diversity forum, Pittsburgh Jewish Chronicle, July 31, 2020

Updates from Diversity Forum 2020, University of Pittsburgh PittWire, July 29, 2020

Tree of Life moves forward to rebuild site, Pittsburgh Jewish Chronicle, July 19, 2020

The Holocaust survivor hoping to change American police culture, ABC News, July 19, 2020

Holocaust narratives survive through voices of the next generation, Pittsburgh Jewish Chronicle, July 14, 2020

Holocaust survivor Magda Brown has died, offered comfort after Tree of Life synagogue shooting, Chicago Sun Times, July 10, 2020

Magda Brown, Auschwitz survivor who visited Pittsburgh after Tree of Life massacre, dies at 93, Pittsburgh Tribune Review, July 9, 2020

Pittsburgh Coloring Book artist profile: Marcel Walker and his portrait of saxophonist Reggie Howze, Pittsburgh City Paper, July 8, 2020

‘I can’t turn away from this’: Archivist’s Holocaust research gaining wider audience, Pittsburgh Post Gazette, July 7, 2020

Webinar featuring voices of Oct. 27 examines anti-Semitism, racism, Pittsburgh Jewish Chronicle, June 29, 2020

Isaiah Kuperstein, first director of Holocaust Center of Pittsburgh, dies of COVID-19, Pittsburgh Post Gazette, April 21, 2020

Holocaust memorial event honors the liberators, Pittsburgh Post Gazette, April 21, 2020

Holocaust memorial event will be held online, but without survivors, Pittsburgh Post Gazette, April 20, 2020

Holocaust Remembrance Goes Virtual, Pittsburgh Jewish Chronicle, April 15, 2020

Holocaust Center of Pittsburgh Takes Series Online, Altoona Mirror, April 3, 2020

Holocaust Center to host virtual events for Genocide Awareness Month, Trib Live, March 31, 2020

Holocaust Center exhibit tells story of Pittsburgh Jewish immigration, Pittsburgh Jewish Chronicle, February 20, 2020

Betty Cruz Joins World Affairs Council Of Pittsburgh, WESA, February 12, 2020

Holocaust Center exhibit sheds light on a century of Jewish life in Pittsburgh, Post Gazette, February 8, 2020

New ‘Chutz-Pow!’ volume puts women front and center, Pittsburgh Jewish Chronicle, February 7, 2020

Combatting Hate Crimes, C-Span, January 29, 2020

Portraits of Holocaust survivors serve as stark reminder, Post Gazette, January 28, 2020

Holocaust Educators Fight to Preserve Past Amid Rising Anti-Semitism, The Medialine, January 27, 2020

Newly accessible records tell story of Holocaust, journey of survivors, Trib Live, January 26, 2020

Pittsburgh painter captures reactions to “Lest We Forget”, The Pitt News, January 6, 2020


LIGHT Founder Educates Students, Public On Holocaust, Genocide And Human Rights Issues, North Hills Monthly, December 31, 2019

Art Show Highlights Solidarity Against Violence Across Races And Religions, WESA, December 12, 2019

RAD Interview – Lauren Bairnsfather – Holocaust Center of Pittsburgh, WQED, December 9, 2019

Interviews: The Team Behind ‘Chutz-POW!’, Stuff You Missed in History Class, November 27, 2019

Why I teach about the Holocaust, Education Dive, October 28, 2019

Sacred space or defiled space: What to do with the Tree of Life building?, Post Gazette, October 26, 2019

How Holocaust educators are incorporating the Tree of Life shooting into their classes, Post Gazette, October 26, 2019

A Year After The Tree Of Life Shooting, Pictures Of Survivors Urge Pittsburgh To Remember, Forward, October 24, 2019

‘Lest We Forget’ Brings Holocaust History to Life in Heart of Pitt’s Campus, Pitt Wire, October 23, 2019

‘Lest We Forget’ Exhibit Comes to Pittsburgh, Point News, October 21, 2019

Holocaust memorial exhibit “Lest We Forget” opens on the Cathedral lawn, The Pitt News, October 21, 2019

Pittsburgh’s Tree of Life synagogue building will reopen as a ‘center for Jewish life in the United States’, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, October 20, 2019

Portraits honor Pittsburgh’s Holocaust survivors in ‘Lest We Forget’ exhibit, Trib Live, October 20, 2019

Pitt remembers Holocaust survivors and Tree of Life victims with Lest We Forget art installation, Pittsburgh City Paper, October 18, 2019

Where The Pain Is Still Fresh, And The Loss Is Still Local, The New York Jewish Week, October 17, 2019

Art Exhibit Honoring Holocaust Survivors Comes To Pitt, CBS Pittsburgh, October 17, 2019

Pitt brings visitors face to face with the Holocaust in ‘Lest We Forget’ exhibition, Pittsburgh Post Gazette, October 16, 2019

The Can’t Miss, Pittsburgh Current, October 15, 2019

Local Holocaust survivors featured in new photo exhibit, Pittsburgh Jewish Chronicle, October 10, 2019

“Lest We Forget” exhibit honoring Holocaust survivors comes to Pitt, The Pitt News, October 3, 2019

Holocaust remembrance, with and without survivors, Pittsburgh Jewish Chronicle, September 25, 2019

Playback Theatre promotes understanding through storytelling, Pittsburgh Jewish Chronicle, September 11, 2019

Teaching teachers about the Holocaust, Penn State News, August 20, 2019

Tree of Life: On the road to rebuilding, Pittsburgh Jewish Chronicle, August 7, 2019

Penn State professor describes statewide Holocaust education initiative, Pittsburgh Jewish Chronicle, July 24, 2019

Photography exhibit draws parallels between Holocaust, current events, Pittsburgh Jewish Chronicle, July 17, 2019

Israeli students share message of overcoming hate, Observer-Reporter, June 6, 2019

Tree of Life victims remembered in art & poetry at Holocaust Center, Pittsburgh Post Gazette, May 28, 2019

Honoring women in the Holocaust on Yom HaShoah, Pittsburgh Jewish Chronicle, May 9, 2019

Ed Asner discusses Holocaust play in Pittsburgh, Tree of Life, ‘Mary Tyler Moore’, Pittsburgh Tribune Review, May 8, 2019

Woman reflects about slayings at Tree of Life, Tribune Chronicle, May 6, 2019

Event’s theme: ‘Do Not Stand Silent’, The Vindicator, May 5, 2019

Jewish community gathers to remember Holocaust victims, to speak up against hate crime, WKBN, May 5, 2019

Ed Asner tackles Holocaust denial in ‘The Soap Myth’, Pittsburgh Jewish Chronicle, May 2, 2019

Rediscovering the Jews of Amiens, Pittsburgh Jewish Chronicle, May 2, 2019

‘The Soap Myth’ tells gripping Holocaust story, Pittsburgh Tribune Review, May 1, 2019

Ed Asner Stars In ‘Soap Myth’ Play Exploring Holocaust Denial, WESA, May 1, 2019

Artist’s paintings and poetry converge to expose the lingering horrors of the Holocaust, Pittsburgh City Paper, May 1, 2019

‘Lest We Forget,’ Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, April 7, 2019

Pittsburgh’s Holocaust Center keeps alive the memory of 20th century horror, Observer-Reporter, April 4, 2019

Lessons from the Past: Duquesne and Holocaust Center of Pittsburgh Partner for Police Training, Duquesne University Magazine, Spring, 2019

Students to respond to Tree of Life through Scholars in Residence program, The Pitt News, March 4, 2019

The Perdicaris Incident-Stuff You Missed in History Class, January 30, 2019

Fundraisers after Tree of Life shooting have taken in more than $10 million-Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, January 30, 2019

Bethel Park teacher attends advanced seminar on the Holocaust-The Almanac, January 30, 2019

Pittsburgh events to mark International Holocaust Remembrance Day-Pittsburgh Tribune Review, January 23, 2019

Community members find common ground at interfaith event-Sewickley Herald, January 14, 2019

New class addresses anti-Semitism-The Pitt News, January 10, 2019

Why do people collect anti-Semitic or Nazi artifacts?-Pittsburgh Post Gazette, January 7, 2019


Artist Spotlight: Alix Glosser Paul and Deb Englebaugh- Whirl Magazine, December 2018

Lynne Rosenbaum Ravas: A call for Holocaust education-Pittsburgh Tribune Review, December 1, 2018

Holocaust center trip leaves lasting impact- Observer Reporter, November 25, 2018

Exhibit at Holocaust Center Gives Life to Victim’s Dream- Squirrel Hill Magazine, Holiday 2018 (Cover Story)

Holocaust teacher believes educators can do more to prevent hate crimes- Pittsburgh Post Gazette, November 12, 2018

Eighty years after Kristallnacht, glass again shatters in the Jewish community- Pittsburgh Post Gazette, November 9, 2018

Holocaust Survival Story Marks 80th Anniversary of Kristallnacht- WESA, November 9, 2018

Fashion Statements- Shady Ave Magazine, Holiday 2018

Oaklander’s Anne Frank collage hangs in Pittsburgh holocaust center– The Jewish News of Northern California, November 1, 2018

Searching for peace and courage– Pittsburgh Post Gazette, November 1, 2018

A Holocaust survivor barely misses Squirrel Hill synagogue massacre– Pittsburgh Tribune Review, October 31, 2018

Holocaust survivors shaken by Pittsburgh synagogue attack– NBC News, October 30, 2018

“It’s Happened Again”: Pittsburgh’s Holocaust Community Has Been Shaken By Saturday’s Massacre– Buzzfeed News, October 30, 2018

After Pittsburgh mass shooting, Holocaust survivor’s story matters more than ever– York Daily Record, October 30, 2018

Holocaust Survivor Recounts Witnessing the Pittsburgh Synagogue Shooting: ‘The Guy Was Very Focused’– TIME, October 30, 2018

A Holocaust survivor was booked to speak in Pittsburgh. A massacre wouldn’t stop her. – Washington Post, October 29, 2018

In Pittsburgh, Holocaust survivor Magda Brown shares what it’s like to see hate rise again– Public Opinion, part of the USA Today Network, October 29, 2018

A tailor-made exhibit tells Holocaust story – Pittsburgh Jewish Chronicle, October 26, 2018

The Holocaust trapped a Jewish designer in Europe, but it couldn’t hold her inspiration – Pittsburgh Post Gazette, October 15, 2018

Psychologist, Holocaust survivor encourages ‘taking action’ – Pittsburgh Jewish Chronicle, September 21, 2018

Butterfly Project provides Holocaust lesson – The Almanac, August 6, 2018

Butterfly Project teaches about compassion, kindness – Pittsburgh Tribune Review, August 2, 2018

Talking Pittsburgh segment with Lauren Bairnsfather– WPXI, June 20, 2018

The goal: 1 butterfly for each child killed in the Holocaust– Kidsburgh, June 11, 2018

Police Academy Looks To Holocaust For Lessons On Policing Today– WESA, June 4, 2018

Educating children about the Holocaust– Two Rivers, 30 Minutes, June 1, 2018

Squirrel Hill ‘Walk To Remember’ Memorializes Holocaust Victims– KDKA/CBS, April 29, 2018

As survivor population dwindles, we must ensure Holocaust education for all– Pittsburgh Jewish Chronicle, April 27, 2018

Holocaust Remembrance Day in Pittsburgh– Pittsburgh Post Gazette, April 13, 2018

Shaler Area teacher named Holocaust Educator of the Year– Pittsburgh Tribune Review, April 3, 2018

Pittsburgh police and Holocaust Center partner on day of training– Pittsburgh Jewish Chronicle, March 8, 2018

Dr. Lauren Bairnsfather of Holocaust Center of Pittsburgh on Poland’s controversial new law & the importance of preserving survivors’ stories- PCNC NightTalk, February 21, 2018

Art exhibits illustrate comic books featuring Holocaust superheroes, Pittsburgh Jewish Chronicle, February 8, 2018

‘CHUTZ-POW! The Art of Resistance’ opens Feb. 11 at the Holocaust Center of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh Tribune Review, February 5, 2018

Making Survivors into Superheroes, Pittsburgh Magazine, January 26, 2018

Holocaust Center speaker series aims to pass on survivors’ stories, Pittsburgh Post Gazette, January 15, 2018


Artists give flight to powerful Holocaust poem, Pittsburgh Jewish Chronicle, December 18, 2017

Survey: Holocaust education reaching nearly all Pa. schools, Pittsburgh Post Gazette, November 9, 2017

German artist Gunter Demnig commemorates those lost, Pittsburgh Jewish Chronicle, August 23, 2017

Yolanda Avram Willis was a hidden child in Greece, Pittsburgh Jewish Chronicle, August 4, 2017

Adding Luster to the Charles “Teenie” Harris Archive, Huffington Post, July 12, 2017

The awards keep coming for Emmai Alaquiva, Pittsburgh Courier, June 2017

Teenie Harris images of activism, resistance on exhibit at Holocaust Center, Pittsburgh Jewish Chronicle, May 17, 2017

‘The will to live’: Humble partisan terrorized Germans in WWII, Pittsburgh Post Gazette, April 27, 2017

Recently deceased Holocaust survivors, defiance recalled at event, Pittsburgh Post Gazette, April 24, 2017

‘Survivor’ portraits a moving testament to those forever changed by Holocaust, Pittsburgh Jewish Chronicle, April 20, 2017

Latino Children Learn About Migration Through Holocaust Stories, WESA, April 13, 2017

Pittsburgh children paint ceramic butterflies to remember Holocaust victims, Pittsburgh Tribune Review, April 12, 2017

Holocaust Remembrance Day must include mention of Jews, Pittsburgh Jewish Chronicle, February 9, 2017

Offensive Holocaust posters removed at Upper St. Clair HS, Pittsburgh Jewish Chronicle, February 1, 2017


A personal glimpse into the aftermath of the Holocaust, Pittsburgh Tribune Review, December 31, 2016

Holocaust Survivor Speaks at Pitt, The Pitt News, November 15, 2016

Chutz-Pow! release party at the Holocaust Center of Pittsburgh, Next Pittsburgh, October 25, 2016

French Catholic Priest Uncovers ‘Holocaust By Bullets’ In Eastern Europe, KDKA/CBS, September 13, 2016

‘A powerful voice for the finest of Jewish values’, Pittsburgh Jewish Chronicle, July 6, 2016

Pittsburgh Symphony musicians to perform at Holocaust memorial, Pittsburgh Tribune Review, May 22, 2016

Light continues to flicker, even as it fades, Pittsburgh Jewish Chronicle, May 4, 2016

Competition challenges students to explore experiences of Holocaust survivors, Pittsburgh Post Gazette, April 18, 2016

Holocaust Center of Pittsburgh marks Remembrance Day KDKA/CBS, January 27th, 2016

Holocaust Remembrance Day has special meaning for two Squirrel Hill women, Pittsburgh Post Gazette, January 27th, 2016

Holocaust educators racing to keep survivors’ stories alive, Pittsburgh Post Gazette, January 24th, 2016

‘Stories of resilience’: Holocaust center features Pittsburgh-area survivors, The Beaver County Times, January 9, 2016


A night never to forget: shattered glass, broken hearts, and rebuilt lives, The Jewish Chronicle, November 2015

Politics PA, Sunday Show Preview, October 25, 2015

Holocaust’s new home honors survivors with striking ‘Celebration of Life’, The Jewish Chronicle, October 22, 2015

Fanfare – Holocaust Center of Pittsburgh Opening Event Photos— Pittsburgh Tribune Review, October 19, 2015

Holocaust Center opens in Greenfield Pittsburgh Post Gazette – Oct 19, 2015

Holocaust Center of Pittsburgh opens in permanent home, WTAE Pittsburgh- October 19, 2015
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Holocaust Center grand opening celebrates permanent home in Greenfield Tribune Review – Oct 18, 2015

White Oak native director of the Holocaust Center of Pittsburgh.Tribune Review – Oct 17, 2015

Short List: October 15-22 Pittsburgh City Paper- Oct 14, 2015

Pittsburgh’s Best Cultural Events of October Pittsburgh Magazine, October 2015

New Holocaust Center director brings energy, commitment -Aug 29, 2015

Director appointed at the Holocaust Center of Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Business Times- Aug 13, 2015


Pittsburgh Holocaust Center to move to new space in 2015 Pittsburgh Post Gazette- December 14, 2014

Pittsburgh Holocaust Center finally finds permanent home Pittsburgh Tribune Review- December 14, 2014

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