Black cotton t-shirt with the words Stronger Than Hate in white to the left of a modified Pittsburgh Steelers logo with a Star of David replacing the yellow hypocycloid.
Tim Hindes is a graphic designer living in the Pittsburgh area. In the immediate aftermath of the October 27 attack, he designed a symbol integrating a Star of David into the Pittsburgh Steelers logo with the phrase "Stronger Than Hate." He shared the logo on his Facebook page, describing it as an "individual sharing of support." After he made the post public, the symbol and the phrase went viral, appearing on posters, t-shirts, and a wide variety of other objects. Hindes partnered with the Pittsburgh Steelers to oversee merchandising rights and monitor misuse, ultimately donating some $70,000 to the Jewish Federation of Greater Pittsburgh's Victims of Terror Fund.
The October 27 Archive collects responses to an antisemitic attack in Pittsburgh, Pa. on October 27, 2018. These responses take many forms but share a motivating impulse. Each began in the mind and heart of someone who was moved by the events of that day and was compelled to create something meaningful from that feeling. By sharing these responses, those people chose to be vulnerable for the sake of a greater good. The October 27 Archive website was launched with the belief that sharing these responses with the world can provide an avenue for people all over the world to reflect, learn, and heal.
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