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Spokane Women's March II; Rhetoric in the Ring & more

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Last year's Women's March drew thousands to downtown Spokane. - YOUNG KWAK
  • Young Kwak
  • Last year's Women's March drew thousands to downtown Spokane.

Marchers gather at noon at the Red Wagon Meadow to rally before the march down 11 blocks of downtown Spokane to the Convention Center's east entrance for community vendors, music, speakers, door prizes and charity and civic organizations convening until 5 pm. Sun, Jan. 21 at noon. Riverfront Park, 705 N. Howard.

North Idaho Women's March II

A nonpartisan event to harness the power of women in the community to create positive social change, and to encourage women to run for political office. Also includes opportunities for women and men to take action on issues of education, health care and human rights. Sat, Jan. 20 from noon-3 pm. Starts at Sandpoint Middle School, 310 S. Division St.

Rhetoric in the Ring IV: Kids vs Courts

An event to raise funds and awareness for the Rogers High School Speech and Debate Club, and featuring two Spokane District Court judges stepping into the boxing ring to take on two Rogers High School senior debate students. Tue, Jan. 23 from 5:30-6:30 pm. Free, donations accepted. Howard Street Boxing Club, 165 S. Howard.

The Profanity Peak Pack: Set Up & Sold Out

The Lands Council, along with the Center for Justice, KYRS Community Radio, and Gonzaga Environmental Law, present a screening of the film providing a detailed account of what went wrong during the summer of 2016 that led to the decimation one of Washington's recovering wolf packs. Tue, Jan. 23 at 6:30 pm. Free and open to the public. Gonzaga University School of Law, 721 N. Cincinnati St. ♦

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