by Michael Poulin, guest writer Einstein defined insanity as doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results. Many of our activities today strike me as fitting that description. For example, searching for work and applying for jobs when nobody has the money to pay wages. Or expecting to find customers when […]
By David Brookbank on behalf of the Steering Committee In a similar fashion to community radio and the public school classroom, the Community Bill of Rights is a truly democratic instrument which speaks the truth of solidarity — between neighbor and neighbor, between worker and community, and between human and nature — to a Spokane […]
Co-hosted by Whitworth College and the Peace & Justice Action League of Spokane Whitworth University, Weyerhaeuser Hall Robinson Teaching Theatre Thursday, October 20th 7pm
Showdown at Suncadia from Community-Minded TV on Vimeo.
1:00 pm, Saturday, October 8, Clarke Park on the corner of Garland and Division Join PJALS members like you to commemorate 10 years of US war and occupation in Afghanistan. Speakers will include veterans and community members on the many costs of war including out-of-control military spending and the resulting lack of funding for lifeline […]
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Three Spokane public interest organizations who’ve been deeply involved in pushing Spokane city government toward independent oversight of its police department are calling upon the City Council and Mayor Mary Verner to maintain the independence of Spokane’s Office of Police Ombudsman. In response to an arbitrator’s July 11, 2011 ruling—ordering the City to rescind its […]