The A&O Institute is specifically for the Great Falls community and features workshops and speakers on a variety of topics, including essential advocacy skills and current social justice movements. The Institute is a great opportunity for individuals in the Cascade County community of all backgrounds and levels of experience to build and cultivate advocacy skills, meet other passionate people doing great things, and take steps towards creating real positive change.
The 2016 A&O Institute has passed, but you can check out the program below for a taste of what the Institute has to offer. Check back soon for updates on the next Institute!
This amazing weekend of community and skill building also featured events for folks who couldn’t make the institute, but still want to join in!
“How to Make History 101”: Film Screening of Iron-Jawed Angels, at Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center: 4201 Giant Springs Road, Great Falls
Community Pint Night (open to all ages!) Share pizza and a pint (or soda for the youngin’s) with other community advocates! Mighty Mo Brewery: 412 Central Ave, Great Falls
Great Falls Tribune: http://www.greatfallstribune.com/story/news/local/2016/05/08/first-advocacy-organizing-institute-community-advocates-set/84048384/
Hosted by: MT Women Vote and MT Human Rights Network
THANK YOU TO ALL OUR SPONSORS! Planned Parenthood of Montana, Rural Dynamics Inc, Social Justice Fund, Pride Foundation, and Women’s Foundation of Montana