In wake of synagogue slaughter, ‘make our actions living memorials’

Alan Borsuk:

And the second, of course, is not to be afraid.

We take steps within the practical constraints we have to improve our security and to stay safe. I suspect people involved in every Jewish institution in America had discussions about this in the last several days, although it is hardly a new topic.

But we also must move forward. We should not and cannot let the threats on the bridge keep us from crossing. That’s part of the way to pay tribute to the Pittsburgh victims, to make our actions living memorials. To show the resilience, grit, courage and principle that no one can scare out of us.