The University of Montana Outfield Alliance is a lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer/questioning, and intersex (LBGTQI) group open to University of Montana employees and graduate students.
Active at UM for over 15 years, the UM Outfield Alliance functions as a social group that meets regularly throughout the academic year, works on LGBTQI-related issues, sponsors educational events on campus, and provides a support network to those experiencing discrimination.
We connect with members throughout the year to coordinate social events, encourage participation in larger UM functions, and provide feedback on campus and community policy/research issues.
The coordinators can be reached at email@example.com or via individual emails, below.
- Peter Knox, College of Education & Human Sciences, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Peter Donaldson, TRIO Student Support Services, email@example.com
THE MISSOULA MONOLOGUES
Friday, April 13 /
Designed in the fashion of The Vagina Monologues, The Missoula Monologues (TMM) aims to evoke empathy through personal narrative. TMM wants to open up a space for sharing with fellow Missoula community members, providing an opportunity for locals to hear the stories of their neighbors leading to discussion and thought on issues that hit close to home, including sexual assault, sexual identity, gender identity, race, religion, and essentially every other aspect of being a human.
SCREENING OF GENDER REVOLUTION: A JOURNEY WITH KATIE COURIC
Tuesday, May 15 /
Following the lead of a group of pediatricians in Bozeman, Montana, a group of physicians here in Missoula have worked to host a screening of Gender Revolution. This film is a special two-hour documentary on the shifting landscape of gender. Although one’s gender identity is an intensely personal subject, the individuals in this feature agreed to share their stories. Journeys in Film, in conjunction with National Geographic, created a guide that can help parents and educators better understand and discuss the meaning of gender.