Houston Peace and Justice Center’s 2017 Peacemaker Awards Dinner will spotlight Chief Arvol Looking Horse, Diane Wilson, Jacquelyn Battise, and the Texas Organizing Project (TOP).
Come meet with friends, old and new, and be inspired by the accomplishments of these honorees.
How to Get Tickets
Make reservations with online payments or check payment at HPCJ Peacemaker Awards Dinner. Get your tickets soon because the current price of only $80 per person goes up to $90 per person on September 1, and then $100 per person on October 1.
Location, Parking, How to get there:
Because a suitable-size ballroom was not available at our regular venue this year, the dinner will be at the Crowne Plaza Hotel River Oaks. This hotel is centrally located on the north frontage road of the Southwest Freeway between Kirby and Buffalo Speedway. Check-in, with a cash bar and social hour for everyone attending the dinner, is from 6-7 pm. The dinner and program start at 7 pm. We are working with our event planner and the chef on delicious entree choices for both omnivores and vegans.
Self Parking is located in the convenient hotel garage for $3.00. Valet parking, if needed, is $8.00.
Arvol Looking Horse is 19th Generation Keeper of the Original Sacred White Buffalo Calf Pipe of the Lakota, Dakota, and Nakota Nation of the Sioux. He is the spiritual chief of the Standing Rock water protectors.
Jacqueline Battise is host of the long-running “People of Earth Radio Show” on KPFT, 90.1 FM, and an activist for the protection of the environment and the indigenous people of North America.
Diane Wilson is an anti-war activist, Code Pink cofounder, environmentalist, water protector, and nonviolent White House fence jumper.
TOP (Texas Organizing Project) helps low-income and working-class families develop leadership skills on how to utilize grassroots direct-action events, lobbying, and electoral organizing to address community issues.