VIDEO: Coffee Talk on Ukraine, Democracy
View video of Saturday’s Coffee Talk here.
SpokaneFāVS resumed its in-person Coffee Talk on April 2 with a timely discussion: “Standing for Democracy, in Ukraine and at Home.”
The event was at the FāVS Center, 5115 S. Freya, at 10 a.m.
Coffee was provided by Revel 77.
– Mark Finney, pastor at Emmaus Spokane and former ED at World Relief Spokane
– Steve Smith, columnist at SpokaneFAVS and former Editor of the Spokesman-Review
– Tom Robinson, who has taught a variety of political science courses at Gonzaga over the years
– Matthew Kincanon, FāVS journalist who has reported on how local Ukrainian churches are responding to the war
A donation was be taken at the event to help those impacted by the Russian invasion.
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