WVU Hosts Vigil for Vicitms of Pittsburgh Tree of Life Shooting

Oct 30, 2018

Credit West Virginia Public Broadcasting

On this West Virginia Morning, hundreds of people gathered last night at a vigil held at West Virginia University to honor the victims of the shooting at the Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh. As Brittany Patterson reports, speakers at the event offered a message of both vigilance and healing to the Jewish community, both in Morgantown and around the world.

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