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February 2024

La Prensa Bilingue newspaper provides a bridge to cultural understanding

The Black Lens relaunches in February with Black History Month
350 Spokane's interfaith committee offers a curriculum on climate and environment
Stephy Nobles Beans inspires MLK rally goers to build the beloved community
Happy Watkins and Ivan Bush leave a legacy as civil rights leaders in Spokane
Video appeals for volunteers to help in local church warming centers
Mexican boy who wanted to be a priest now serves Our Lady of Fatima parish
St. Francis sister has served in advocacy roles during 16 years in Spokane
Jenny Slagle's narrative work runs through her many community involvements
Fig Tree webmaster Lorna Kropp connects her technology skills with her faith
Editorial: Is the primary being called by the media before most votes are taken?
Special Column: Citizenship requires more than being spectators of charismatic leaders
Sounding Board: Human rights voices challenge Israel's war, peace requires listening

January 2024

Barry Moses discusses nuances, understandings in the Salish language

Presbytery will use Lilly grant funds to help churches change their culture
PJALS holds candlelight vigil for peace and marches to Division St. Bridge
Holy Names sister continues global, interfaith interest with The Fig Tree
FANWA announces its advocacy priorities and events for 2024
Tammy Meyers draws together partners to provide homeless people with IDs
Quilters in church create social justice message to challenge banning books
CDAIDE provides emergency assistance for workers in hospitality services
Guatemalan painter finds that Spokane is a home away from his home
Silver Lake Camp took on a role in local area fire relief and recovery efforts
We are already a multicultural-multinational-multiracial nation, society
Editorial: Today Jesus would likely include in stories 'The Parable of the Ford F-150'
Sounding Board: Cameron Conner's grandfather taught him to stand up for what is right