Why It Matters: The Political Power of Young People

An online conversation on how young Montanans engage passionately on important issues to improve the lives of all Montanans.

who we are

Humanities Montana is a nonprofit affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities, one of fifty-six independent councils across the United States. Established in 1972, we were created in order to better infuse the humanities into public life.

Montana Youth

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Montana students have experienced
a Speakers in the Schools presentation.

Rural Communities

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Opportunity Grants awarded to
rural organizations.

Informed Citizen

Non-partisan discussions about news literacy, local media, and trends in American journalism during periods of political and social upheaval.

featured programs and grants

We continue to offer new programs and build relationships
throughout Montana.

Gather Round

A limited-edition DIY humanities toolkit that inspires discussions about home, migration, technology and nature.

Why It Matters

Conversations on civic and electoral engagement in Montana.

more humanities programs and resources

Hometown Humanities

Hometown Humanities brings a year’s worth of free humanities-based programming to a Montana community.

Montana Reads / Montana Writes

Program Offerings

As the Montana Center for the Book, we offer workshops and author visits to lead conversations on literary topics for your library, book club, writing group or school.

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