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Join us to kick off our campaign for abortion access and reproductive justice in Houston and Harris County. Houstonians will share their experiences accessing abortion and being faced with reproductive oppressions through personal storytelling.
Together, let's envision a Houston and a Texas in which there is widespread public support for abortion access, racial, economic, and gender justice, equitable pay & leave policies, justice for undocumented people, and more!
Repro Power Houston is part of a multi-city initiative led by the Lilith Fund for Reproductive Equity, the Texas Equal Access Fund, the West Fund and NARAL Pro-Choice Texas to build a groundswell of support for abortion access and reproductive justice in local communities.Find out more »
Join us on the 50th anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s assassination.Find out more »
It’s almost that time of year again, folks, which means we’ll be hitting the streets along with ol’ Chicken Don to demand greater transparency and accountability in our elected officials, along with the repeal of the Trump Tax Scam.Find out more »
Mayor Sylvester Turner’s Annual Acres Homes Juneteenth Parade on Saturday, June 16, 2018 at 10:00 a.m.
The parade will begin at the Acres Homes Multi-Service Center located at 6719 W. Montgomery, travel north on W. Montgomery, west on Dolly Wright and conclude at Greater Zion Missionary Baptist Church located at 1620 Dolly Wright.Find out more »
Houstonians- UNITE! Join Indivisible Houston, PSR Houston, FIEL and other allied groups Saturday, June 30th at 10 AM for a rally at City Hall and march to Ted Cruz’s office to show solidarity with families and opposition to burdensome, ignorant, divisive immigration law.
The horrors of the deportation machine and the Administration’s decision to kidnap children and use them as pawns in exchange for a fantasy real estate construction project along the southern border rip apart families and destroy communities.
Join us to demand that our publicly elected employees take the following actions:
1) End the new DHS policy of family separation in order to REUNITE FAMILIES;
2) Vote against the Goodlatte Immigration plan;
3) Defund ICE (an agency established after 9/11 with expanded powers beyond standard
customs checks and enforcement); and
4) End private prison donations and require reps return all private prison donations- both individual and PAC.
#EndFamilySeparation #AbolishICE #AbolishCBPFind out more »
We are on a 2,000 mile journey to the border to protest the inhumane treatment of immigrants. And on Sunday, August 5th, we’re stopping for rest in Houston, Texas.
Come down to Guadalupe Plaza Park (or Talento Bilnguae de Houston if you need to beat the heat). Meet the grannies, learn about what they're doing and how to join the caravan, sign our nationwide petition, and more.Find out more »
in people of good conscience, physicians and faith leaders bringing visibility to the human rights violations of the 134,000 children detained in 2017 by immigration (we have already exceeded this number for 2018). Come as a volunteer in a caravan of cars filled with relief supplies, including bottled water (no sparkling or flavored), easy open and individual sized fruit, peanut butter, veggies, protein snacks, cereals, crackers, natural juices, bags of dry rice, canned beans/soup, and blankets. We are heading to Ursula CBP detention facility in McAllen, Texas to bear witness to a system that has for too long ignored the basic needs of migrant children in immigration detention.Find out more »
Join indigenous communities, migrants, human rights activists, torture survivors, union workers, veterans, community organizers, faith communities, students and educators from across the Americas. More info coming soon. Keep an eye on http://www.soaw.org/border/Find out more »
Be part of a worldwide Human Rights Day event and put your best foot forward to support human rights!Find out more »
In 2018, we worked together to bring an unprecedented wave of voters and candidates to the midterm elections. In 2019 we're doubling down on the call for justice in our world with the 2019 Houston Women March For Justice Saturday, January 19, 2019.
What does justice look like for you? We're inviting organizations working for justice regarding violence, ethnicity, gender, the criminal justice system, age, health, education, socio-economic and wage gap, housing, immigration, environmental, representational democracy (anti-gerrymandering!), and more. During the 2019 Houston Women March For Justice, you'll have the opportunity to join thousands of people to take actions for justice, and to learn how help people and organizations in our region.Find out more »
Join HPJC at the 41st Annual “Original” MLK, Jr. Parade Celebration.
Monday, January 21st, 2019
McKinney Street and Smith Street - Downtown Houston (adjacent to City Hall)
Celebrating! its 25th Anniversary, the MLK Grande Parade is the third largest Parade in the U.S. behind The Rose Parade and The Macy’s Day Parade. During The Annual MLK Grande Parade, 300,000 Spectators are expected and has a Viewing Audience of more than 4,000,000. The Annual MLK Grande Parade parade consists of 15 Parade floats & 30 Marching bands.Find out more »
Join us Saturday, May 4th to march from Renwick and Bellaire to Burnett Bayland Park for a rally in celebration of International Workers Day.
Together, we will build solidarity across our differences to honor the legacy of all working people in continuing to fight for immigrant, racial, economic, and environmental justice in a system that puts profit over people.Find out more »
We live in a city where asylum seekers are being kept in detention centers, one of which lies just outside Downtown and is housing teenagers indefinitely. These centers are run by the Southwest Key Programs, whose leaders are profiting off of the detainment of children and have yet to share adequate information about the conditions in these centers. We, as Houstonians, are obligated to come together to stand with the migrants in our city and call out maltreatment of migrants when it occurs.
The rally will be held on Saturday September 14, tentatively from 5:30-8:30pm at the Casa Sunzal detention center (419 Emancipation Ave). We will meet at Settegast Park (3000 Garrow St) at 5:30pm and walk for about 5-10 minutes to the detention center.Find out more »
The MLK Grande Parade In Houston's Midtown Is One Of The Largest Single Day Multicultural Events In The U.S. That Is Held In Honor Of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.Find out more »
The 42nd Annual “Original” MLK, Jr. Parade Celebration
Starting at Lamar Street and Smith Street – Downtown Houston adjacent to City Hall. This is the MLK event that HPJC takes part in.Find out more »
Please join us at the annual Houston Women's March on Saturday, January 25, 2020. Our theme this year is "Powerful Together." On that day, women and our allies will march for civil rights and democracy and to address human needs and stand up to authoritarian, divisive and dangerous policies that have been proposed or enacted against marginalized people.Find out more »