Jun 302019

Please come join Montana Women For… in the Livingston Parade on Tuesday, July 2nd. We will have a float to ride on, or you can march and dance in costume with your issue on your sash.

Come to the end of 7th Street (corner of S 7th St and W Crawford Ave) in Livingston at 12:30 pm to don costumes, make a sash naming the issue that you’re most passionate about, and plan who will carry banners, signs, etc. Our float will be there and our volunteers will be there with materials.

We’ll shuttle everyone over to the Park High School parking lot at 2 to line up for the parade.

If you have any questions, or if you’d like to let me know you’re coming, please contact Margarita McLarty.

 Posted by on June 30, 2019 at 1:20 am Events Tagged with: , , ,
Jun 302019

On Friday, June 28, the Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom, Montana Women For…, and Helena Service for Peace and Justice (SERPAJ) cosponsored a peace rally in Bozeman.

Over 70 people joined the protest in Bozeman, Montana, to oppose war with Iran.

Thanks are extended to the speakers for their powerful presentations; and many thanks go to everyone who supported the event, building a crowd of over 70, with at least 60 names on the petitions. Thanks also to our co-sponsors for all the help that they provided, as well as the resources for the table.

To read the article about the protest in the Bozeman Daily Chronicle, click the link below.
“Bozeman area residents speak out against possible war against Iran”

 Posted by on June 30, 2019 at 12:24 am News Tagged with: , , ,
May 072019

Updated May 27

Kevin Martin, President of Peace Action, the nation’s largest peace and justice action group will be in Montana May 29 through June 2 for a Speaking Tour, arranged by the Helena Service for Peace and Justice (SERPAJ, founded 1990) and the Montana Peace Seekers Network (founded 2001), with additional local co-sponsors in each community.

Thursday, May 30: Bozeman

6:30 pm – 8:00 pm: A talk by Kevin Martin/Peace Action and community dialogue at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship Building, 325 N 25th Ave in Bozeman.

Bozeman DSA will provide snacks and free childcare in a room adjacent to the speaking area for attendees.

Martin will talk about how individuals and small groups can best take action to oppose the US military intervention in other countries, particularly those in the news today: Yemen, Venezuela, and Iran.


Full schedule for the Montana tour is available here.

 Posted by on May 7, 2019 at 1:09 pm News