Fifty years ago, Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel wrote: "Few of us seem to realize how insidious, how radical, how universal an evil racism is. Few of us realize that racism is man’s gravest threat to man, the maximum of hatred for a minimum of reason, the maximum of cruelty for a minimum of thinking." America has undoubtedly come far since Heschel spoke these words, but how far? Where have we come, and where we do still need to go? Join us January 11, 2015 for a remarkable day of learning, as we explore Jewish approaches to human equality and discuss some of the most painful and pressing questions facing America.