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Spokane-area Catholics create group to fight Islamophobia

The event, which drew about 75 people, was organized by two community groups: Muslims for Community Action Support (MCAS), and Bridges Not Walls - a new Catholic organization aimed at fighting Islamophobia.

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Teen and Kid Closet provides stylish clothes for homeless, those in foster care

The numbers are staggering. Nearly 11,000 children in the state of Washington are in the foster care system, and some 3,000 children are listed as homeless in Spokane County. In 2007, after watching a story about a store in Ft. Lauderdale that gave new and gently used clothing to foster …

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Holocaust Survivor to Speak June 4

On Monday, June 4, at 7:30 p.m., 91-year-old Holocaust survivor Nissan Krakinowski will be speaking at the Spokane Convention Center. The event is organized and sponsored by Chabad of Spokane. Krakinowski survived multiple concentration camps including Auschwitz and after the war immigrated to the United States. He and his brother …

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