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I Protest

I Protest – It was December 15th, 2019, when I tried to call my parents in Aligarh, India, home to India’s 100-year old Aligarh Muslim University (AMU). After several attempts, the call went through and my dad picked up the phone. I asked how he was and whether his creatinine test was done, and then …

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Peace Camp Summer 2019

Click here to register for Peace Camp 2019! Peace Camp is an alternative day camp from 9am – 3pm, for children ages 5-18.  The focus will be on developing inner peace and building problem solving skills.  Yoga, gardening, special guests, using puppets co-operative games, and cooking are some of the activities planned.  Youth who are 13 …

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The Olive Branch – March 2018 Newsletter

The March 2018 Newsletter Has Arrived!   We are excited to share our first newsletter with you. Please click the below link to view: HPJC Newsletter 3.10.2018   Have a great day!   Warmly, HPJC (Thanks to the fabulous Danielle Niangar for putting this together!)

HPJC STATEMENT ON GUN VIOLENCE

HPJC STATEMENT ON GUN VIOLENCE     The Houston Peace and Justice Center (HPJC) deplores the epidemic of gun violence in the United States. We believe that this violence can be attributed to the easy access of guns, including automatic weapons.   We support the students and others who are protesting this gun violence and we …

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Harvey Has Made it Harder for Those Who Were Already Hungry

For years and years Houston Food Not Bombs has been sharing food with the Hungry four nights a week. Now the need is even greater.  Please help in this amazingly effective and efficient effort by donating through HPJC. Please specify that your donation is for “FNB” or Food Not Bombs. Donate online by clicking HERE. Or …

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