FAIR IS FAIR in Montana Tour Begins

September 15, 2011

The FAIR IS FAIR in Montana Tour begins tomorrow in Billings, Montana, with Gil’s arrival from New Jersey at 4:30 pm. Ninia, our ACLU cohort, and I will be picking him up at the airport, and we’ll be off and running! Our schedule is below. We will blogging daily and updating on facebook and twitter as we go along. Please join us on this extraordinary adventure for same-sex relationship recognition. Our goal is to reach 300 new people to join in support of the Donaldson & Guggenheim vs. State of Montana lawsuit and get to 100 signers to the clergy statement of support (we’re at 72 right now). If you are a clergy person and would like to sign the statement, please email Ninia at niniab@aclumontana.org

We’re in Montana because of how the state represents so much going on across the nation on domestic partnership rights, non-discrimination policies, and racial justice. We hope you will tune-in no matter where you are located! Let’s journey together!

In our joint efforts for equality and justice for all,
Marilyn

BILLINGS:
Saturday, September 17
10:30 am Clergy Coffee (Please RSVP to Ninia Baehr at niniab@aclumontana.org)
5:00 pm Fair is Fair Public Event, Grace United Methodist, 1935 Avenue B

Sunday, September 18
10:15 am Gil co-preaching with the Rev. Susan Otey at Grace United Methodist Church,
1935 Avenue B, followed by coffee hour.

BOZEMAN:
Monday, September 19
9:00 am Attending a colloquium at Montana State University, “Historical Trauma: Examining Implications for Health and Well-being among American Indian Tribes.”
7:00 pm Fair is Fair Public Event, Montana State University SUB 233-235

Tuesday, September 20
8:00 am Clergy Coffee (Please RSVP to Ninia Baehr at niniab@aclumontana.org)

MISSOULA:
Tuesday, September 20
8:00 pm Fair is Fair Public Event at University Congregational UCC, 405 University Avenue

KALISPELL:
Wednesday, September 21
7:00 pm Fair is Fair Public Event, Christ Church Episcopal, 215 Third Ave East

Thursday, September 22
9:00 am Clergy Breakfast (Please RSVP to Ninia Baehr at niniab@aclumontana.org)

MISSOULA:
Friday, September 23
Clergy Coffee, (Please RSVP to Ninia Baehr at niniab@aclumontana.org)

HELENA:
Friday, September 23
7:00 pm Join us for the opening night of St. Paul’s United Methodist Church’s 7th Annual Expanding Our Faith Lecture Series. Professor Amy-Jill Levine will speak on “Sex and the Bible.” St. Paul’s is located at the corner of Lawrence and Logan

GREAT FALLS:
Saturday, September 24

11 am Fair is Fair Public Event at Public Library, 310 2nd Avenue North

HELENA:
Sunday, September 25
8:30 and 11 am Gil preaching at St. Paul’s United Methodist Church corner of Lawrence and Logan

5:00 pm Truth in Progress Reception and Celebration, Hub Coffee, 314 N. Last Chance Gulch (next to US Bank, just north of 6th Ave)

Monday, September 26
9:00 am Clergy Breakfast (Please RSVP to Ninia Baehr at niniab@aclumontana.org)
7:00 pm FAIR IS FAIR FINALE PUBLIC EVENT, St. Paul’s United Methodist Church, corner of Lawrence and Logan