5 Ways to be More Inclusive

Diversity is truly an amazing thing. By creating spaces for folks of all ages, genders, sexualities, races, abilities, and other identities, we put forward a commitment to inclusivity, tolerance, and community. Nobody is perfect when it comes to being inclusive, … Continued

6 Ways to Engage With Civility

2020 has been a wild ride: there has been a global pandemic, widespread civil unrest, and a tense presidential election. People everywhere are experiencing heightened emotions, either becoming more inspired to help their communities or more isolated or angry because … Continued

Creating Community in Difficult Times

The last few months with COVID-19 has been a turbulent time for many. As more communities are affected and more schools and public events are cancelled, it’s hard to know how to move forward, both in our personal lives and … Continued

How to Use Your Extra Time

COVID-19 has changed the way a lot of us live our lives: without bars, concerts, friends, travelling, or large gatherings, how are we spending our extra time? By no means is it necessary to fill your every waking hour with … Continued

5 Tips for Remote Work

As we all know, thing have changed a LOT since this time last year; one of the biggest changes affecting most workers is the widespread use of remote work. While remote work comes naturally for some, for others it presents … Continued

Montana and the 19th Amendment

State of Montana depicted in purple, white, and gold (colors of the National Woman’s Party suffrage flag) – indicating Montana was one of the original 36 states to ratify the 19th Amendment. The U.S. ratified the 19th Amendment to give … Continued

Why Women Matter in Politics

Why do women matter in politics? It goes beyond the question of fair representation (which, of course, is important) and towards the idea that the policies they help to enact improve social infrastructure and society overall. Women and men have … Continued

Is Nontraditional for You?

The U.S. Department of Labor defines a non-traditional career for women as one in which 25% or less of those employed in the field are women. There are still over 100 occupations that fall into this category from architecture and construction, to firefighting and computer … Continued

Montana Women Work

The Beginnings of Women in Non-traditional Careers in MT Note: Many thanks to Montana Women’s History Matters for the incredible work they’ve done over the last decade bringing MT women’s stories to the forefront. This article takes excerpts from their … Continued

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