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Coffee Talk discussion this Saturday to address #MeToo

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Coffee Talk is a regular community discussion hosted by SpokaneFāVS.

 

At 10 a.m., June 2 our panelists will be discussing the #MeToo movement in a forum titled, “How Did We Get Here? What’s next?

 

Panelists are Rev. Andy CastroLang of Westminster UCC, Neal Schindler of Spokane Area Jewish Family Services and columnist Janine Warrington. The discussion will be moderated by Emily Geddes, FāVS chief operations officer.

 

Coffee Talk will be held at Saranac Commons, 19 W. Main Ave.

 

If everyone who reads and appreciates FāVS, helps fund it, we can provide more events like this. For as little as $5, you can support FāVS – and it only takes a minute. Thank you.

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About Emily Geddes

Emily H. Geddes was born to two physicists and grew up as a Navy brat. Born-and-raised as a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, she holds a bachelor's degree in theatre from Brigham Young University, and earned an MBA from Eastern Washington University.

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About Emily Geddes

Emily H. Geddes was born to two physicists and grew up as a Navy brat. Born-and-raised as a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, she holds a bachelor's degree in theatre from Brigham Young University, and earned an MBA from Eastern Washington University.

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