Tag: Tree of Life

On Not Teaching Fast Enough, Far Enough

randiirwin , January 17th, 2019


This summer I was asked by the United Steelworkers to give a talk on Central American migration to union leaders gathered from across the country for ongoing education…


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On the Politics of Reflection

randiirwin , January 17th, 2019


On the afternoon of 30 October 2018 I left my office—late—to attend what had been described to me as a “rally” or a “protest” to coincide with President…


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Response to the Tree of Life Shootings

randiirwin , January 17th, 2019


Since Columbine, Americans have grown unsettlingly accustomed to mass shootings. We know what to expect from politicians, the media, and gun-control and gun rights advocates. More recently, especially…


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Editorial Introduction: Living in Pittsburgh in the Aftermath of the Tree of Life Shootings

randiirwin , January 17th, 2019


The shooting that took place on October 27, 2018 in Pittsburgh, at the Tree of Life Synagogue, (home to three congregations), leaving…


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