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Learning from the Israeli Democracy Movement
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Learning from the Israeli Democracy Movement

November 24 , 12:00 pm

Protesters brought water guns to an anti-government demonstration in Tel Aviv, July 28, 2020. (Sam Sokol)

T’ruah and the New Israel Fund present two Israeli activists with firsthand experience of ongoing protests to demand democratic and social reforms in Israel. Neta Hamami Tabib Dror, T’ruah’s program manager, is an activist, educator and group facilitator of youth and adult groups dealing with issues of identity and social justice. Tzlil Rubinshtein is a community organizer for democracy, human and civil rights organizations at Shatil, NIF’s action arm in Israel. Moderated by Rabbi Rachel Kahn-Troster, deputy director at T’ruah. Sign up here.