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UPDATED: Tue., Jan. 22, 2019

Spokane’s first Indigenous Peoples March winds through downtown

Spokane’s first Indigenous Peoples March, held Friday in coordination with

A teacher’s keynote address to graduates entering service

Tyler Hobbs, director of Christian Service at Gonazaga Preparatory School, keynoted during the 2017 Gonzaga University Social Justice Missioning Ceremony.

UPDATED: Sun., June 4, 2017

Kurtis Robinson, ex-con who found a higher path, to lead Spokane NAACP

Kurtis Robinson, who formerly chaired the criminal justice committee for the NAACP, will succeed Phil Tyler as president of the NAACP’s Spokane chapter.

Phil Tyler steps down as Spokane NAACP president, sets eyes on politics

Tyler, who took over as president less than a year ago, said he hasn’t decided which public office he’ll seek yet, but was prompted to run for office by friends …

Harry Belafonte hoping to lead a change with new festival

Harry Belafonte feels America has lost its moral compass, and culture can help gain it back. The longtime activist and entertainer is hoping to lead a change with his “Many …

Book Notes: Agosin to speak at GU on Tuesday

Marjorie Agosin, author, activist, Chilean exile and professor at Wellesley College, will speak at Gonzaga University on Tuesday. Her talk, at 7 p.m. in the Globe Room of Cataldo Hall, …