Suggested Discussion Questions:
1. What does it mean that civil rights can be seen as a "religious occasion?" How can, and does, religion serve as a unique lens for civil rights?
2. How can and have American Jews expressed a commitment to social action that they were unable to display while ghettoized in Europe?
3. How does Susannah Heschel respond to her father's heroic stance? How does she synthesize his beliefs and sayings?