following the proposed Crazy Mountain Wind Farm, which would have impacted area
residents, wildlife, and businesses, and are relieved to see that this project
seems to have been tabled indefinitely. We’re concerned, however, that the
project may resurface—or that others like it will be proposed in sensitive
areas of Park and Sweet Grass Counties.
in mind, we’re planning a movie night at the Livingston Public Library. The
movie we’ll be showing is “Windfall.” This documentary tells the
story of a community in upstate New York that initially welcomes the idea of
wind energy, but ultimately opposes the development of a wind farm in its
neighborhood. The trailer can be seen on youtube at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cBYjZG8O6qE
Crandall, research biologist at Craighead Beringia South, will give a brief
talk on the area’s importance for nesting golden eagles, and the adverse
effects that wind farms have on these magnificent birds. We’re hoping that a
lively discussion will follow the showing of the film.
you to join us on July 12th at 6:00 pm at the Livingston Park County Public
Library Steveson Room downstairs for our showing of “Windfall.”
Women For. . . is a 501(c)3 in Livingston, Montana. We’ve been working together
for more than a decade to bring issues worthy of discussion to the attention of
area residents. Please feel free to contact us with your questions or
Join us this Tuesday, July 2nd, in the Livingston Parade. Montana Women For… with have a float with a giant statue of Liberty, lots of Statue of Liberty costumes to wear with sashes for you to write your own issue on.
You can park near the Soccer fields in Sacajawea Park and walk across the foot bridge or come to the end of 7th St (corner of S. 7th St and W. Crawford Ave.) in Livingston at 12:30 pm to don Statue of Liberty costumes, make a sash naming the issue that you are most passionate about, and plan who will carry banners, signs, etc. Our float will be there and our volunteers will be there with costumes and sash material, etc.
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 us know you’re coming, please contact Margarita McLarty 406-333-4746 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Sidewalk at Depot Park, 5th and Park Street in Livingston
From co-sponsor Indivisible Upper Yellowstone: “Please join Indivisible Upper Yellowstone and our fellow citizens across the country to take a stand and defend our Constitution and our Democracy. We must tell Congress to begin the Trump impeachment inquiry and hold this lawless Administration accountable. Regardless of whether you lean left, right or somewhere in the middle, we all share the same Constitution and we all have a responsibility to preserve and protect it.
A core principle shared by supporting organizations is a commitment to nonviolent, peaceful actions. All actions that are sponsored or organized on this page are intended to be nonviolent and peaceful. We expect all participants to act lawfully at all times and to seek to de-escalate any potential confrontation with those who disagree with our values.”
Come join our community of activists to plan summer activities.
Agenda: Agenda 1. Windfall movie plans 2. Conference with local law enforcement regarding police actions during arrest of Wendy 3. Parade plans 4. Margie bench update 5. Tire dump ideas 6. Summer party/picnic plans 7. Movie “Free Trip to Egypt” http://www.facebook.com/FreeTripToEgypt June 12th 7 pm Regal Gallatin Valley Cinemas 11 2825 W. Main Street, Bozeman, MT 59715 8. Nearly daily Russian attack of MWF website on-line membership form 9. New business ??
Part of a nationwide demonstration promoted by Indivisible National, MoveOn.org, ACLU, Planned Parenthood, NARAL and other national organizations.
Please join Indivisible Upper Yellowstone and Montana Women For as we take a stand against the GOP’s dangerous and outrageous push to restrict women’s health care choices by passing extremist abortion restrictions and outright bans. Women’s health care choices should be made by them, their families, and their doctors, and their right to unrestricted choice should remain protected by law.
Kevin Martin, President of Peace Action — the nation’s largest peace, nuclear disarmament and justice action group with more than 200,000 supporters nationwide — will be speaking in several Montana cities as part of a May 29-June 2 Montana Speaking Tour…. Kevin Martin (https://www.facebook.com/kevin.martin.904) has traveled abroad representing Peace Action and the U.S. peace movement on delegations and at conferences in Russia, Japan, China, Mexico and Britain.
MAY 30 IN BOZEMAN: https://www.facebook.com/events/2306040982972041/ … Kevin Martin will appear in Bozeman to dialogue with the community about how individuals and small groups can best act to oppose the US military intervention in other countries, particularly those in the news today: Yemen, Venezuela, and Iran. … Kevin Martin has traveled abroad representing Peace Action and the U.S. peace movement on delegations and at conferences in Russia, Japan, China, Mexico and Britain. … .. Local co-sponsors in Bozeman include: Bozeman DSA (Democratic Socialists of America, https://www.facebook.com/bozemandsa/, https://bozemandsa.org/ ) and Montana Women For… Peace, Equality, Justice ( https://www.facebook.com/montanawomenfor/) … 6:30pm- 8;00pm: A talk by Kevin Martin/Peace Action and community dialogue on May 30 at 6:30pm at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship Building at 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.
Free screening of Knock Down the House
“When tragedy struck her family in the midst of the financial crisis,
Bronx-born Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez had to work double shifts in a
restaurant to save her home from foreclosure. After losing a loved one
to a preventable medical condition, Amy Vilela didn’t know what to do
with the anger she felt about America’s broken health care system. Cori
Bush was drawn into the streets when the police shooting of an unarmed
black man brought protests and tanks into her neighborhood. Paula Jean
Swearengin was fed up with watching her friends and family suffer and
die from the environmental effects of the coal industry.
moment of historic volatility in American politics, these four women
decide to fight back, setting themselves on a journey that will change
their lives and their country forever. Without political experience or
corporate money, they build a movement of insurgent candidates
challenging powerful incumbents in Congress. Their efforts result in a