SHU Art Therapy Alumnae Named "Righteous Among the Neighbors"

Art therapy alumnae Angelica Miskanin and Megan Cook are two of 24 Pittsburghers named Righteous Among the Neighbors for their roles in standing up against anti-semitism.

 

Righteous Among the Neighbors is a joint project of the Holocaust Center of Pittsburgh and the LIGHT Education Initiative, in partnership with student journalists at Mt. Lebanon High School, to honor non-Jewish Pittsburghers who have supported the Jewish community and stood up against antisemitism, particularly in response to the October 27th, 2018 attack on three Pittsburgh-area Jewish congregations.

Sister Gemma Del Duca, co-founder of the National Catholic Center for Holocaust Education (NCCHE) at Seton Hill, was also one of the 24 Pittsburghers named Righteous Among the Neighbors.

Read more about Angelica Miskanin and Megan Cook on The Holocaust Center of Pittsburgh's website.