Thank you to the Missoula community and students of the University of Montana for attending the lectures of Victoria Banyard in March.
It was a pleasure to have Victoria here, sharing her work on bystander intervention.
Thank you to the University of Montana students, faculty and staff and the community of Missoula for coming out on November 13 to hear
Jackson Katz's lecture "More than a Few Good Men: A Lecture on American Manhood and Violence against Women"
Women's and Gender Studies would also like to thank the University of Montana Athletics Department, Student Involvement Network, African American Studies Program, Mentors in Violence Prevention, WORD, MOST and SARC for their involvement and support. For more information on Jackson Katz and his anti-sexist, anti-violenct work, visit his webpage at http://www.jacksonkatz.com/
Thank you Missoula for making the first production of the Abortion Monologues in Montana a huge success!
The November 6th election will determine the trajectory of reproductive justice in the United States. Abortion has become a focal point for both party platforms - yet the diverse circumstances, demographics and experiences of women who choose abortion have been silenced. The Abortion Monologues is a collection of monologues that together present the complete scope of American reproductive history. The 1st ever production of the Abortion Monologues in Missoula was held at the Missoula Winery on Thursday, November 1. All proceeds benefited the Blue Mountain Clinic of Missoula. Keep checking here for video of some of the amazing performances!
Thank you for attending the 7th Annual Day of Dialogue
University of Montana’s Annual Day of Dialogue is a campus-wide series of events focused on topics of diversity. Students, faculty, staff, alumni, and community members discuss, present, perform, and exhibit art throughout the day. Women’s and Gender Studies Program affiliates Elizabeth Hubble, Ph.D.; Sara Hayden, Ph.D. & Anya Jabour, Ph.D. presented “Rape Culture, Rhetoric, and Resistance: Sexual Assault, the Media, and Us” at this years Day of Dialogue.