Spokane’s May Day March takes stand against local agencies working with border patrol spokesman.com A group of protesters gathered Wednesday in Riverfront Park is calling on Spokane County officials to stop working with border patrol agents.
Big thanks to everyone who attended the City Council meeting last night in support of the ordinance to protect passenger rights for a safer Spokane! Thank you for the amazing testimony and all of the emails and calls. Thank you Council President Stuckart and Council Members Beggs, Kinnear, Mumm, Stratton, and Burke for voting yes!
Guest Opinion: City Council must adopt “Protecting Passenger Rights For A Safer Spokane” spokesman.com If Spokane truly is the “City of Choice,” let’s choose to do the right thing and adopt “Protecting Passenger Rights for a Safer Spokane.”
From the Washington State Supreme Court this morning: “The death penalty is unconstitutional because it is imposed in an arbitrary and racially biased manner.”
Greater Spokane Progress (GSP) offers the Why Race Matters Workshops to regional organizations and institutions to develop a collective understanding and common language around institutional and structural racism, and why addressing race matters. Using the acclaimed documentary “Race: The Power of an Illusion,” the workshop addresses how racial inequities have been build into institutions and structures throughout […]