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It’s time to transform the way we argue

Join us in marking Yom Rabin as the Jewish Day of Healthy Argument.

On November 4, 1995 (12 Cheshvan), Israel’s Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin was assassinated by a fellow Israeli at a peace rally in Tel Aviv. The months preceding his murder were darkened by discord, incitement, and hate speech. It was disagreement in its most destructive form.

Every year since then, Israelis and Jews around the world have struggled to mark Yom Rabin, the Hebrew date of Rabin's assassination. Some teach of peace, some learn about democracy, some ignore its significance altogether.

We believe it’s time for a new tradition.

Our goal is to make Yom Rabin the Jewish Day of Healthy Argument.

A day on which Jews worldwide host events and programs that embrace healthy arguments.

Arguments that help us talk openly about our disagreements and understand each other’s perspectives. Arguments that build bridges rather than deepening divides. Arguments that teach us that we can live together, despite our differences.

This Yom Rabin, harness the power of #healthyarguments.

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