The University of Montana held the 8th annual Day of Dialogue -- an opportunity for community members to discuss various topics of diversity.
Students, faculty, staff and other community members discussed race, gender, ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation and more during the event.
Presentations ranged from a panel discussion on the life of a student athlete to a storytelling and musical performance by members of the Blackfeet tribe.
Organizers said they hoped community members had the chance to learn something new about diversity by meeting people from different backgrounds.
Peter Donaldson, Co-chair of the Day of Dialogue, said, "Trying to promote understanding, really trying to identify what diversity is in our community and how we can talk to each other across differences."
The Day of Dialogue included more than 20 free, educational sessions throughout the day.