Today from 10 a.m – 6 p.m, Don’t Shoot, a Spokane organization which aims at police accountability will have a car wash fundraiser at the E 210 North Foothills Drive Yoke’s parking lot.
Don’t Shoot is raising money to secure its non-profit status. There will be music and baked goodies at the event. The organization is helmed by the leadership of Justin Pimsanguan. Pimsanguan recently hosted a National Moment of Silence Vigil to show support for Ferguson protests as well as to honor Spokane’s own victim’s of violence. He works for WashingtonCAN, a social justice agency.
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