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FāVS Religion News Roundup: Jan. 11

This Roundup announces FāVS' newest hire, how some will commemorated MLK Jr. Monday, information on the next Eastern Washington Legislative Conference and excellent news about Indigenous Eats.

April Coffee Talk — Religion Reporters: The Next Generation This Saturday

For the past school year FāVS editor Tracy Simmons has been leading a group of journalism students from Washington State University on a religion reporting field trip where they toured houses of worship and learned about faiths and cultures they might report on one day. 

April Coffee Talk — Religion Reporters: The Next Generation

For the past school year FāVS editor Tracy Simmons has been leading a group of journalism students from Washington State University on a religion reporting field trip where they toured houses of worship and learned about faiths and cultures they might report on one day. 

SATURDAY: SpokaneFāVS Hosts First Coffee Talk of 2023 on the Topic ‘The Evil in this World’

SpokaneFāVS' first Coffee Talk of the new year will be Jan. 14, 10 a.m. to Noon, at the Spokane Public Library Central branch (906 W. Main Ave., downtown Spokane). The topic: There is evil in this world.

VIDEO – Coffee Talk: Responding To Hate & Violence, Part 2

This weekend SpokaneFāVS will host a Coffee Talk where panelists will continue a previous discussion on Building Dialogue for Justice in Response to Hate & Violence.

VIDEO: Coffee Talk on Building Dialogue, Hate & Violence

SpokaneFāVS hosted the Coffee Talk: ‘Building Dialogue for Justice in Response to Hate and Violence’.

Coffee Talk: Building Dialogue for Justice in Response to Hate & Violence

With all the recent racist attacks and mass shootings, there is a lot to process as a community and to think through how we can move forward towards justice and transformation. Our next Coffee Talk brings together professionals in our community who will guide and inspire a discussion of how each of us can serve as agents of change.

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