Noah Schoen is a community organizer, oral historian and co-founder of Meanings of October 27th, an oral history project that has interviewed over 100 Jewish and non-Jewish Pittsburghers about their life histories and reflections on the October 27th, 2018 synagogue shooting. He is the Community Outreach Associate for the Holocaust Center of Pittsburgh, where he works to build the HCP’s community connections and sharpen its approach to dismantling antisemitism and the injustices of today. Noah is a graduate of Columbia University and the JOIN for Justice Jewish Organizing Fellowship. He has been organizing in Jewish communities and in the labor movement for over 10 years.
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