“At the first conference on religion and race, the main participants were Pharaoh and Moses.... The outcome of that summit meeting has not come to an end. Pharaoh is not ready to capitulate. The exodus began but is far from having been completed. In fact, it was easier for the children of Israel to cross the Red Sea than for a Negro to cross certain university campuses.” – Abraham Joshua Heschel, Chicago, January 14, 1963, Conference on Religion and Race sponsored by the National Conference of Christians and JewsMartin Luther King Street in Jerusalem leads up to the Yehuda Amicahi Circle, where the inscription reads: “Jerusalem is a port city on the shore of eternity.” Jerusalem: a city where the streets are named for leaders and visionaries who dreamed the dream.