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8 steps to take that don’t involve raining missiles on Syria

What to do instead of sending Tomahawk missiles: 1. Ascertain who was responsible for the horrifying chemical weapons attack. The U.S. should fully support the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons’ ongoing investigation of the chemical weapons attack and work with the international community to bring the perpetrators to justice. 2. Reject the false […]

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From Vietnam to Syria

By Whitman Neruda, written Nov 23, 2016 I first became aware of the Vietnam War as a boy on the brink of adolescence in 1965. Now, fifty-two years later, yet another even wider conflagration of war engulfs the Mid-East because of American racism and greed. War, either overt or covert, has never ceased in my […]

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Time to Break Silence

By Whitman Neruda Because April 4 marked the 50th anniversary of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King’s speech Beyond Vietnam: A Time to Break Silence, we gathered at the Community Building to listen to excerpts of that watershed moment in America history, a speech that proved prophetic while sealing Dr. King’s fate as a slain martyr. […]

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No War On Syria

Friday April 7, 4:00-6:00 4pm, at the “V” at Division /Ruby and N. River Drive Share Come say no to war! We reject the false choice in #Syria that says “accountability” can only be found at the tip of an American bomb. Our sympathy and justifiable anger for the people of Syria should not push us […]

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PJALS Rally & Community Meeting

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PJALS Rally & Community Meeting Thursday, March 16th 5-8pm Community Building, 35 W. Main Come meet like minded people – find ways of plugging in with your PJALS community! Connect with people who share your passion for justice; learn ways to get involved!   5:00-6:00 Come join the street corner rally: Support Refugees and Immigrants! […]

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NO Religious Registry in Spokane!

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In response to Trump’s Muslim Ban, Spokane came out strong to support refugees and religious freedom. On Sunday, January 29 th , hundreds gathered, with only a few hours notice, to rally in support of our refugee and Muslim neighbors. On Monday, January 30 th , City Council presented an emergency ordinance prohibiting city employees […]

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International Women’s Day: Be Bold For Change

  FAVIANNA RODRIGUEZ IS OUR INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY KEYNOTE SPEAKER! 12:30-5:00, Saturday March 4 Spokane Woman’s Club, 1428 W. 9th No cost! Kid friendly, open to the public. Keynote Speaker Favianna Rodriguez is an interdisciplinary artist, cultural organizer, and activist based out of Oakland, CA; she is well known for using her art as a tool for […]

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Development Coordinator Wanted!

We are seeking a half-time Development Coordinator to join our team! Please see the description and posting below. Development Director Job Description

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