Honesty Day (unofficial observance)

    Honesty Day is celebrated on April 30th in the United States to encourage honesty and straightforward communication in politics, relationships, consumer relations and historical education. [1][2][3] It was invented by M. Hirsh Goldberg, who chose the last day of April for two reasons. First, since the first day of that month, which is April Fools’ Day, celebrates falsehoods. Second, it is the anniversary of the First inauguration of George Washington on April 30th, 1789.

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