HPJC is so very pleased that the Peace Potluck
will be hosted by
Shrine of the Black Madonna
Please save the date, and join us! Bring your whole family and as many friends as you can.
The program will include the Peace Camp/Club Kids, drumming and much more.
Bring some food or drink to share, and enjoy the company of fellow peace activists. Vegetarian/Vegan dishes are encouraged! Our host has kindly requested that we avoid pork and beef dishes.
We'll have an opportunity for people to share what their organizations are doing and planning. Organizations are invited to bring a small display and/or literature. Please reserve table space at 713 900-4752 (HPJC).
Please help spread the word about Peace Potluck. Click in the "Attachments" boxes below to download pdf files that you may use as fliers to hand out or post on bulletin boards everywhere!
Support our Vegan Bake Sale Fundraiser!
Join us for a vegan bake sale and picnic at the UU Houston Spring Music Festival at Unitarian Fellowship, 1504 Wirt Road in Houston! We are raising funds to produce the 3rd Annual VegFest Houston Community Festival in June!
HPJC is bringing Roy Zimmerman, master satirist, songwriter, and performer, to town in a benefit to raise funds for Houston's Peace Camp.
In 13 albums over 20 years, Roy has brought the sting of satire and parody to the struggle for peace and social justice.
An Evening of Revolutionary Culture
Benefit for “BA Everywhere--Imagine the Difference it Could make”
A campaign to project the works and vision of Bob Avakian to every corner of society,
and build a movement for revolution to radically change the world.
“There's a real need for this radically new culture, in direct opposition to this revolting culture that's being pumped out
everywhere. And many, many people can be unleashed and can contribute in many different ways, on many different levels,
Join us for some complimentary wine and cheese and a screening of Bryan Stevenson's inspiring TED talk. Bryan is founder and executive director of the Equal Justice Initiative. He will be in Houston on November 10th as our National Peacemaker Award recipient at HPJC 10th Annual Awards Dinner.
Sock-Hop It to the Fun Raiser Sock Hop 8 p.m. Saturday, June 16, Live Oak Friends Meeting 1318 W 26th St
The Houston Committee for Youth and Non-Military Opportunities is hosting a "Sock Hop" fun raiser 8 p.m.Saturday, June 16, Live Oak Friends Meeting 1318 W 26th St.
HCYNO is a non-profit corporation that provides to high school students information on the realities of military recruitment and alternatives to the military for jobs and education.
Power to the Peaceful at the Houston Peace Festival 1-7 p.m. Saturday, May 26, Live Oaks Friends Meeting, 1318 W. 26th St
Revel with the peaceful at the Live Oaks Friends Annual Peace Festival 1-7 p.m. Saturday, May 26, Live Oaks Friends Meeting, 1318 W. 26th St.
Join us at the Houston Community College Central Campus to participate in its International Day of Peace-Showcase. The event is planned for September 21, 2011 from 10:30am-12:00noon in the Learning Hub Science Building in Room 100 at 1300-B Holman Street.
This will be an opportunity for the college community to learn about the different ways to promote peace. It will also provide an opportunity to create awareness of local community base organizations in the City of Houston that help create a culture of peace.
We hope to see you there!
Every Laugh's a Tiny Revolution: Humor in the time of collapse
Music, Labor Solidarity, and Immigrants Rights
Saturday April 30th 2011 at Mangos’ CaféForget 11:45 PM shown above because The celebration really goes until 2 AM!
Live music, poetry, and inspiring speakers