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Thursday, June 20, 2024


20 years of resilience: The story of Jackson Lino

When World Relief Spokane resettlement specialist Jackson Lino first came to the U.S. in 2000, he was only a teenager and had to reacclimate from his native South Sudan. However, thanks to the love and care he received, he now works to help refugees and bring attention to what is happening around the world.

FāVS and SPR Episode 4: Purity Culture

This Inland Journal episode examines the purity culture. That’s the movement whereby unmarried, but committed couples agree to stay sexually pure until they take their vows.

Library’s Drag Queen Story Hour Draws Protest, Praise

Drag Queen Story Hour started about four years ago in San Francisco with drag queens reading to children and has since grown into a national event.

In the shadow of the thunder dragon: Life as a Bhutanese refugee

Eleven years ago, Pingala Dhital, a Bhutanese refugee, came to the U.S. after spending 18 years in a Nepal refugee camp, seeking to give a better life for her family.

Holocaust Survivor to Speak in Spokane This Week

Holocaust survivor Irving Roth will be speaking at the Spokane Convention Center June 5 at 7 p.m. in an event hosted by the Chabad of Spokane County.

Interfaith Pride Service Aims to Embrace LGBT Community

As part of OutSpokane’s Pride Month events, the fourth annual Interfaith Pride Worship Service will be held on Wednesday, June 5 at 6:30 p.m. at the McGinnity Room, 116 W. Pacific Ave., to celebrate unity of diverse faith traditions and affirm Spokane’s LGBTQ community.

VIDEO: Stewardship and FāVS Center

We have startup costs for FāVS Center, but we are still raising money. Here's why.

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