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The resistance should of been via the polls not poetry.
I'd be more interested in hearing something substantive from local leaders, Gonzaga and the public whose paying for their young adults to attend the school. For the record, I think it's an terrible hire, that doesn't add any prestige to the institution or our city's image.
Great read Rachel. Thanks for joining us at the www.spokanefavs.com "Coffee Talk". We appreciate the opportunities and challenges of tackling such important issues with intelligent, passionate voices in our city. There is always good, hard work with any harvest of goodness. I think we all can improve our own narratives through engaging different perspectives and experiences. All our stories make up the big story of Spokane, the good, the bad and the ugly. There are a lot of different views of Spokane depending on where you live, study, play, work and worship. Thanks for adding your voice and story to the gathering at Indaba and for the shout out here as well.
No pic of the Indian on the horse?
Noooooo, not the Pig! It's one of my neighborhoods best spots. Dang it! I am sooooo bummed. :(
Thanks for this piece, well said.
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