Incident Command System: Come Learn It
Basic Internet Security For Activists
Join us on Monday, November 13th, 6 p.m., at the Missoula Public Library in our second “Winter Education Series” class. Jesse Sankey, veteran wildfire smoke jumper, will teach an Incident Command System (ICS) basic level class. “The Incident Command System (ICS) is a standardized approach to the command, control, and coordination of emergency response providing […]
Montana Constitution: Know Your Rights!
“I’ve heard about activists being targeted online, but I don’t know what that means.” “I should be better about internet security, but I don’t know where to start.” “Does my password matter? I’ve heard of two-factor authentication being good. How do I use it?” “Is Facebook safe?” Do these thoughts sound familiar? Internet security is […]
Oct 17th Meeting Cancelled, please attend Historical Trauma Conference!
Did you know there are eighteen provisions in Montana’s Declaration of Rights that HAVE NO PARALLEL IN THE BILL OF RIGHTS OF THE U.S. CONSTITUTION? We have a very progressive state constitution and we should be asserting the rights it affords us: Right to a CLEAN and HEALTHFUL ENVIRONMENT, privacy, freedom of information, PUBLIC PARTICIPATION, […]
LINC Meeting: Tuesday, September 26th, 6pm
Instead of holding our weekly LINC meeting this week, we encourage everyone to attend the Historical Trauma Conference hosted by the Missoula Urban Indian Health Center at the Payne Family Native American Center!
Our next LINC meeting will take place Tuesday September 26th, at 6pm. We will meet on the UM campus, in the Payne Family Native American Center (room 104 or 105). To add items to the agenda, please contact Leticia at [email protected] Thanks! -Katrina