Liberty, Justice and Gender Diversity: The Case for Inclusion
Wednesday, April 9
Procrastinator Theater, MSU Strand Union Building
Equality is Good for Bozeman presents a discussion of gender identity in America at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, April 9 at the Procrastinator Theater at the MSU Strand Union Building.
The event will feature Kelley Winters, nationally respected author of the book “Gender Madness in American Psychiatry: Essays from the Struggle for Dignity, and a panel discussion on gender diversity and community with Montanans Cassidy Medicine Horse and Bree Sutherland.
This event is sponsored by the ACLU of Montana, Fair is Fair Montana, Diversity Awareness Office at Montana State University, Forward Montana: Bozeman, Montana Human Rights Network, Gallatin Valley/Bozeman PFLAG Chapter, and the MSU Women’s Center.
For more information about this and other upcoming events, visit the Equality is Good for Bozeman Facebook page.
Right to Die
University of Montana School of Law School, Room 102
This event, co-sponsored by Compassion & Choices and ACLU of Montana law school group, will explore aid in dying and the state of law here in Montana. Free.
Fight for Hope & Freedom: Human Trafficking, Montana and the World
University of Montana
This conference will draw together leading subject matter experts, national activists, members of the university community, Montanan civic and business leaders, media, state law enforcement and federal/state political leaders to discuss how communities across the state can promote greater awareness and contribute to fighting this local and global problem. It will also provide participating NGOs and law enforcement organizations the opportunity to help members of the university and Montanans learn how to get involved in their communities and internationally. ACLU of Montana Legal Director Jim Taylor will participate in a panel on the prevalence of human trafficking in Montana and the United States at 10:40 a.m. on April 16 in the UC Ballroom.