The Network holds many educational, social, and fundraising events throughout the year and across the state. We honor Martin Luther King Jr. A day each year with events around the state, conduct trainings and bring special guest speakers.
Great Falls I-185 Volunteer Evening Training!
Tuesday, May 15th
6:00 - 7:00 pm
Paris Gibson Square Museum of Art
1400 1st Ave N
Great Falls, Montana 59401
Come learn more about the Healthy Montana Initiative and get trained to gather signatures!! The Healthy Montana Initiative saves lives and money by increasing the state tobacco tax and prevents nearly 100,000 Montanans from losing health coverage.
Paid for by Montana Human Rights Network, Kim Abbott Treasurer PO Box 1509, MT 59624
Thursday May 24th
St. Paul's UMC Helena, MT
512 Logan St, Helena, Montana 59601
Immigration is a confusing issue with a lot of myths surrounding it. Please join Wilmot Collins--Mayor of Helena and a former refugee, Shahid Haque--immigration attorney, and others to talk about how immigration really works in Montana and the United States.
This event is open to all who wish for a respectful dialogue.
One Click Away from Hate: How Anti-Public Lands Extremists Are Worse Than You Think
Montana Human Rights Network,
Montana Wildlife Federation, and Great Falls Rising
Tuesday, Jan 30th 2018
6:30 - 8:00 pm
@ Great Falls Episcopal Church of the Incarnation
600 3rd Ave N, Great Falls
Over the past few years, the issue of keeping public lands in public hands has become a common refrain. It’s about more than access and gated roads, it’s part of a broader ideology of extremists seeking to topple the inclusive democracy we support in the United States.
Panelists include Rachel Carroll Rivas and Travis McAdam of the MHRN, and Dave Chadwick of the MWF. Great Falls’ Mary Sheehy Moe will moderate.
Know Thy Enemy to Unite for Justice:
A Conversation with Eric Ward,
featuring Community Activist Interviews
Honoring Dr. King Day 2018
Monday, Jan 15th
Myrna Loy Center, Helena
7:30 Documentary "Oklahoma City"
A Conversation with Eric Ward, featuring Community Activist Interviews by Sanjay Talwani, Pastor Dave Anderson and Jenn Battles