Emily's Coffee is giving away free coffee for World Refugee Day
Emily's Coffee, 1261 Glenarm Place, is honoring World Refugee day by providing free house-brewed coffee from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. today. The shop is located in Emily Griffith Technical College and serves as a job-training program for refugees.
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Emily's will also have an art exhibit titled Picture. Me. Here on display, featuring photography done here by ten women from Bhutan, most of whom had never held a camera before they came to this city. And there will be videos playing throughout the day documenting refugees in Colorado.
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