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Immigration Advocate Predicts "Skinny" Immigration Bill

Feb 12, 2018
National Immigration Forum

The head of an immigration advocacy group yesterday (Monday) predicted the U.S. Senate would take a winding road before deciding on changes to federal immigration law.

Ali Noorani is the executive director of the National Immigration Forum. He spoke last night at a public forum at Whitworth University.

Spokane Public Radio

On today's show Verne interviews Judith Schoepflin, composer. 

The 18th program in a series called Women Composers: The Untapped Source XVII Music For Brass. 

The Music for Brass program takes place at 8:00 PM Sunday, October 15th, 2017 at Whitworth University in the recital hall. Performers include: 

Jennifer Brummett, horn

Dan Keberle, Eric Moe, trumpet

Amy Porter, soprano

Judith Schoepflin, piano

Richard Strauch, trombone

Refugee Resettlement Work Active in Spokane

May 18, 2017

We say goodbye this week to our intern reporter Emily Goodell. Emily is graduating from Whitworth University on Sunday.

As one of her final projects she and two classmates created a podcast that looks at the role of the refugee agency World Relief in assimilating people fleeing violence in other countries into the Spokane community. Along the way they interviewed two former refugees who now own restaurants here.