NW-AML partners through its events, workshops, promotion of, and relationship with multiple local Northwest and Spokane media sources to face the media issues of the day together.
Self-described as “America’s best read urban weekly,” this newspaper cover local news and culture of the Inland Northwest.
The Black Lens
“News from a different perspective” is the goal of this independent, Spokane-based paper, which covers topics within the Black community.
The Fig Tree
Monthly newspaper covering stories of people who make a difference in the Inland Northwest. It works to build understanding and respect across the diverse faith, racial, cultural, economic, social and gender communities. It’s annual comprehensive Resource Directory connects people to services to emerge from crises, improve their lives and give back.
KYRS Thin Air Community Radio
Powered by volunteers and its listeners, this commercial-free station provides “unique programming for un-served and underserved populations.”
“KSPS PBS provides on-air, online and multimedia programs that entertain, engage and educate to enrich all the communities we serve.“
KPBX Spokane Public Radio
“Providing News, Music, Arts, and Ideas to the Region since 1980,” this NPR member station brings global and regional news to its listeners.
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