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Disagree Better: Uniting Against Hate and Polarization

Hosted By: American Jewish Committee (AJC)

Over the last few years, hyperpartisanship and toxic polarization have plagued America, deepening divides within our society and serving as a roadblock to effective problem solving. Now, more than ever, Americans need to be able to work together to tackle the most pressing challenges like the threats posed by international bad actors and the dangerous rise of antisemitism. Join American Jewish Committee (AJC) and National Governors Association (NGA) Chair Gov. Spencer Cox (R-UT) and Vice Chair Gov. Jared Polis (D-CO) for a wide-ranging, bipartisan conversation on the importance of NGA’s initiative, Disagree Better, and how these nationwide efforts hope to reduce partisan animosity and foster healthy debate.

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American Jewish Committee (AJC)

American Jewish Committee (AJC) is the leading global Jewish advocacy organization, with unparalleled access to government officials, diplomats, and other world leaders. Through these relationships and our international presence, AJC is able to impact opinion and policy on the issues that matter most: combating rising antisemitism and extremism, defending Israel’s place in the world, and safeguarding the rights and freedoms of all people.
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