Suggested Discussion Questions:
1. Heschel writes that, "my rage turned to laughter at the absurdity of sexism and its defenders." What is your understanding of this transformation? Can you relate to this emotion through your own struggles for social justice?
2. Does the statement ring true to you that "some of the horrors I had experienced would never confront future generations?"
3. What does this text imply about one of the many struggles for equality and civil rights?