The Pittsburgh synagogue shooting in October 2018 was the deadliest attack on Jewish people in American history. For Adam Reinherz, award-winning journalist and senior staff writer at the Pittsburgh Jewish Chronicle, it was also something much more personal.
In the years since the attack, Adam has reported on everything — from the tragedy to its fallout to the shooter’s recent death sentence — across dozens of articles, for the sake of both his Jewish community and the larger world.
In this week’s episode, Adam and Yehuda Kurtzer discuss what it means to approach a story that holds both particular and universal resonance. Listen here.
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