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Emily's Coffee is giving away free coffee for World Refugee Day

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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.

See also: - Local refugees from Burma would be lost without Drucie Bathin - Regis University teaching online courses to refugees in Kenya, Malawi - Refugee women tell their stories with photos in picture.me.here

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.

Visit the website for more information.

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