Black Agenda Spokane Starts Mid-Monthly Meetings JOIN

If you read The Black Lens News or ask Sandy she can tell you when & where. So What’s Next?  What Support  is Needed?  Have A Seat At Your Own Table!!

What’s the Next Step?  Subscribe to the Black Lens News, write an article in the Black Lens News, follow 4comculture.com. 4comculture has been posting events and things you can do. Become media literate and savvy.  When your politicians hold town hall meetings show up. This past week there were two. If you weren’t there, here they are:

  1. Maria Cantwell’s Town Hall meeting:  https://www.facebook.com/senatorcantwell/videos/1987392528204307/
  2. Cathy McMorris Rodgers’ Town Hall meeting: https://www.facebook.com/ksps/videos/vb.60581587193/10154911576702194/?type=2&theater

Here are nine of the 20 people who showed up at Washington United Black Agenda Spokane.

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If you want to see who showed up at the town hall meetings, photos are posted at 4comculture.

Cathy McMorris Rodgers

Maria Cantwell

Maria Cantwell Gives Positive Responses at Town Hall

As you view photographs of activities here in Spokane on 4comculture.com you may notice that there are very few people of color or affected classes.

WHY?          Let us know in the Contacts / Comments form at the bottom of this post.

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Maria Cantwell Town Hall Video:

https://www.facebook.com/senatorcantwell/videos/1987392528204307/

Cathy McMorris Rodgers Town Hall Video:

https://www.facebook.com/ksps/videos/vb.60581587193/10154911576702194/?type=2&theater

Who was at Cathy McMorris Rodgers Town Hall?

http://4comculture.com/archives/11144

Want to know what Black people are doing?

http://4comculture.com/archives/11203

What If Organizations Had Goals And Programs That Were Like Jelly Beans In a Box

Can You Find Something To Unite Them? If you agree hit like. If you would be interested in forming a nonviolent resistance organization leave a reply in comments. Subscribe at 4comculture.com to receive notifications of posts.

Sometimes we have more in common then we think.
Sometimes your organization has that odd
blue jelly bean.
To work together we must agree upon goals,
agree how decisions will be made, and arrive
together at a code of conduct.

 

Help Kenny

Kenny Mukisa lived with us, Robert and Diane Lloyd, when he had the blessing and opportunity to come from Uganda to Spokane and attend school.  Now he is living in Spokane Valley and has a need for a kidney transplant. He is a shy, soft-spoken Christian in his late 20’s with a small circle of friends. He has been volunteering doing community service for Gospel Union Mission, his church, his friends and community. He fixed our car and our snowblower and helped with yard work of all kinds.

He would appreciate any help that you or your friends can give. See the flyer below.

Donations can be sent to New Song Bible Church in care of LaRae Long. Address: New Song Bible Church, P O Box 447, Sagle, Idaho, 83860