Remember all victims of hate
I appreciate that there is a lot going on in the world and only so much space in any edition of the paper. While I’m glad that The Post has covered the Pittsburgh synagogue massacre of 11 human beings as being highly disturbing and the great loss that it is, I am troubled at the lack of coverage given of two African Americans, Maurice Stallard and Vickie Lee Jones, who were killed in an attack being investigated as a hate crime around the same time that an anti-Semitic shooter massacred people at the synagogue.
It is the same magnitude of hate whether the victims number 11 or two. Please correct this situation and pay respects to these victims of hatred in our country. If we ignore some victims, we erase their pain from our consciousness.
Lorna Nogueira, Mendon, Mass.
Pallbearers carry the casket of Vickie Lee Jones in Louisville, Ky., during her funeral on Nov. 3.