Thanks for a great Coffee Talk today everyone! More than 40 people attended and we raised $91 for SpokaneFAVS.
The panel discussion began at 10 a.m. at 1425 W Broadway Ave.
- Shannon Dunn, who wrote, “Charlie Hebdo and the Justification of Free Speech“
- Kelly Mathews, who wrote, “Sapere Aude — Dare to know, Dare to speak“
- and our guest panelist is Taylor Weech, who wrote “Religion as a tool for the status quo: How politics can make wars holy and criticism blasphemous.”
- Elizabeth Backstrom, who wrote, “We can’t coast through life without being offended“
Coffee Talks are held the first Saturday of the month and all are welcome.
- April 1 Coffee Talk: The Nature of Truth - Mar 23, 2017
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- Tonight Salem to host session on immigration advocacy - Mar 19, 2017
- 2017 “Sharing the Dharma Day” Series begins April 2 - Mar 18, 2017
- Rally in downtown Spokane today shows support for immigrants, refugees - Mar 16, 2017
- This month’s Meet The Neighbors Celebrates Spokane Hindus - Mar 15, 2017
- Cup of Cool Water seeks volunteers - Mar 14, 2017
- Gonzaga lecture to address American Religious Violence - Mar 9, 2017
- Gonzaga Women’s & Gender Studies Celebrates 25 Years - Mar 5, 2017
- Pastor to speak in Spokane tomorrow about dangers of Islam - Mar 3, 2017