Power Trip Series
This series aims to highlight the different and shape shifting manifestations of power from racism to sexism to income inequality, and more, as power often intersects more than one dynamic at a time. Join us and our partner organizations, and you may never view power in the same way.
Apologies in the #MeToo Era
MON, APR 22
"They apologized. So what?" Join the library's Power Trip series and Community Safety Network for a discussion as we deconstruct #MeToo apologies by individuals who have been called out for sexual misconduct, and explore the different paths that survivors have taken for healing and justice. The conversation will be led by Community Safety Network's Director of Prevention and Education. There will also be an additional artistic component for participants if they so desire. All are welcome!"
Billionaire Wilderness talk
WED, FEB 13
Billionaire Wilderness: Ultra-wealth, Inequality, and the Environment in Teton County
In this talk, Justin Farrell (Yale University) presents his new book, written after many years of original research in Teton County.
Matt Shepard is a Friend of Mine, film screening
Join us to watch the documentary by Michele Josue, a close friend of Matt's, as she travels to pivotal locations in Shepard’s life, interviewing other friends and family members, and gaining insight into the beautiful life and devastating loss of Matthew Shepard. The documentary will pave the way to a reflective discussion of LGBTQ related issues, which will take place after the movie.