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Essential first steps for realizing our this vision
HPJC itself must model the nonviolent and just relations it promotes.
HPJC must restructure itself to enroll individual members and improve its racial, ethnic, and socio-economic diversity.
HPJC must strengthen its financial base by developing programs that attract memberships and support from religious institutions, foundations, and other funders.
Our vision of HPJC in 25 years
HPJC is central to peace and justice activity in Houston. Its membership includes most of the area’s eligible institutions and organizations.
Our vision of Houston in 25 years
If the reality for people in Houston were to change in the following ways by 2030, our society will have taken great strides toward becoming the just, nonviolent community to which we aspire. These changes, while ambitious, are achievable given the resources presently at hand.
The Challenges to Realizing Our Vision
Houston has the capacity to be a just, nonviolent society. What it lacks is sufficient vision and will to recognize and address effectively the many ways it now falls short.
The current (2007) Strategic Plan for HPJC is here, in several sections. Click on any link below to go to a section you wish to review.
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HPJC STRATEGIC PLAN