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An International Workers Day Celebration will be held on Wednesday, May 1, 6-8 pm, at Guadalupe Plaza, 2311 Runnels St. Please plan to join us in celebrating this holiday for workers of all nationalities. We will commemorate the past struggles and achievements of the working class, address the dangers faced by workers and oppressed people today, and call for revolutionary social change.Find out more »
Houston, 77004 + Google Map
Join the ACLU of Texas and the Transgender Education Network of Texas for a postcard party and happy hour to keep discrimination out of Texas. We need your help to stop SB 17, a bill that would create a license to discriminate against virtually anyone – especially LGBTQ Texans – for religious reasons.
Come out to Axelrad and fill out postcards or submit testimony to your lawmakers. We’ll be there from 6:30PM until 8:00PM so be sure to drop by and make your voice heard. Register to attend via the ticket link above and your first drink is on us!Find out more »
The 7th Annual VegFest Houston is moving to a huge new home at Minute Maid Park! Our Vegan Festival features include: superb vegan restaurants, exciting vegan and abolitionist animal rights organizations, 'Kids Zone' Makerspace with crafts, vegan food & fitness demos, our popular "Ask a Vegan" booth and panels, free product samples, like-minded community booths and green businesses, plus raffle prize giveaways. Join us we make history again on Saturday, July 13, 2019!Find out more »
Giving Houston's drivers a "voice" and keep Houstonians aware that the Resistance is alive and growing. Tuesdays 4:30 pm at 59 and Montrose Bridge. Theme changes every week according to Refuse Fascism's perspective to resist Trump's regime.Find out more »
Houston, 77003 + Google Map
You are invited to join us at 8th Wonder Brewery to show appreciation for our amazing volunteers and member organizations. Meet new folks interested in peace activism and catch up with old characters. Our President, Jeff Reese, will also be present to share with us some of the powerful and important actions HPJC has been involved in so far this year. Beverages will be provided.Find out more »
Bellaire, 77401 + Google Map
Inspiring healthy lifestyle behaviors in individuals and communities. Participants walk with the Doc(s) and ask questions on health related topics.Find out more »
Houston, TX 77055 United States + Google Map
The annual Jazz for Peace performance at Houston Mennonite Church is back for 2019!
Featuring Free Radicals + The Bob Henschen Quartet
Potluck, silent auction, and performance to help Free Radicals pay fair wages to the many guest artists on their upcoming 8th album. The silent auction will include dozens of peace posters from the personal collection of longtime Houston peace and justice activist Lee Loe.Find out more »
Houston, 77003 + Google Map
Come celebrate the intersection of art and justice at I Heart Justice — our social justice poster show featuring limited-edition posters created by amazing Texas artists and honoring attorney Neal Manne for his leadership in promoting justice through pro bono. Proceeds from poster sales will benefit Texas Appleseed and help us continue our fight for justice and opportunity for all Texans.Find out more »
Houston, 77098 + Google Map
Come join us to discuss concerns and grievances about the endless wars, the bloated pentagon budget and military industrial complex. We will discuss recent article from Foreign Policy magazine: 'Moscow and Beijing Have Tehran's Back.' Also we welcome newcomers to join and share what's on your mind with regard to foreign policy issues.Find out more »
Houston, 77009 + Google Map
The Houston Youth Voters Conference is a summit dedicated to the empowerment of Houston
youth as it concerns four pillars of civic engagement: voter registration, voter turnout, non-
partisan dialogue, and volunteering.
This event will celebrate our right and privilege as youth to participate in our democracy and
effect change in our communities. It will feature speakers, policy discussions, and opportunities
to meet other-like minded youth. We will get registered/pledged to vote together, and come up
with actionable ways to get civically engaged as a united Houston youth front!
Houston, TX 77008 United States + Google Map
For this month's gathering, we will discuss a few interrelated themes, starting with labor and worker rights, hostile work environments, lack of work-life balance, and its effect on health and health care costs.Find out more »
Houston, 77072 + Google Map
Grace United Church of Christ will host the free neighborhood Fall Festival / Halloween Carnival. It's a wonderful opportunity to connect with neighbors. There will be games, candy and a cakewalk!Find out more »
Houston, TX 77003 United States + Google Map
their broken items for assessment, disassembly and repair. Bring your toolkit and join us to have fun and learn while helping others troubleshoot and fix their broken stuff! Volunteers assess, take apart, and hopefully -- REPAIR.
We invite you to bring in a broken item and meet local people who have offered to share their skills to help you make repairs. If you have nothing to repair, you can enjoy a cup of tea or coffee. Or you can lend a hand with someone else’s repair job. You can also get inspired at the reading table, by leafing through books on repairs and DIY.Find out more »
Houston, 77005-1803 + Google Map
This remarkable documentary chronicles the late 20th century into the 21st, as experienced by a woman who might be the original news junkie. Marion Stokes (1929–2012) became known as a passionate activist, articulately espousing her leftist views on local television in Philadelphia.
Recorder pulls you into her secret life, revealing that she spent decades obsessively recording TV programs around the clock. From the 1979 Iranian hostage crisis to the 2012 Sandy Hook massacre, Stokes captured revolutions, wars, triumphs, catastrophes, bloopers, talk shows, and commercials on 70,000 VHS tapes. A second marriage brought wealth, but she ultimately became a recluse who saw her life’s work to be protecting the truth by archiving everything on TV.Find out more »
Houston, 77057 + Google Map
This is our 10th year of coordinating a Muslim Jewish Christmas, an event where members of the Muslim community and members of the Jewish community get together. This year, there will be two simultaneous Muslim-Jewish Christmas Events in Houston with several more Muslim and Jewish organizations participating.
The theme for this year is “Standing Up for One Another.” As division and hatred become more common in our communities, honest conversation is something that we must do. As both of our communities are at the receiving end of hate, it’s important for us to come together to better understand one another.
The goal of this event has always been very simple – to come together on a day when we don’t have any other commitments and talk about our similarities and differences surrounding a specific theme.Find out more »
Houston, TX 77002 United States + Google Map
On Christmas Eve this year, End Mass Incarcation Houston, in association with The Positive Black Male Association of Houston, Houston Peace and Justice Center, and Bering United Methodist Church, will change the world with Love. We will give gifts to children, visiting their jailed parents, as they emerge from the two largest jails in the city. Join us as we try to heal some of the wounds inflicted by this world on the most innocent in it. In this we are in part healed too. Come out and receive the greatest gift of all. Bring unwrapped gifts and your smile. Gifts of money may be sent to HPJC.org (mention 'Jails') and are tax deductible. Call Michael at 281-714-8278 for more information.Find out more »
Houston, 77018 + Google Map
Gather with Foreign Policy Alliance to discuss recent developments and any matters of concern related to militarism and foreign policy.Find out more »
Houston, 77019 United States + Google Map
Come gather for coffee, tea, and great food options while we discuss what's on your mind with regard to recent foreign policy developments and concerns.Find out more »
Houston, 77002 + Google Map
The Houston Peace & Justice Center, Texas Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty, Pax Christi Houston, and Alianza Latina Internacional invites you to meet and greet for criminal, economic, and environmental justice.
Come and meet like minded individuals in a non violent atmosphere of art and free beer.Find out more »
Houston, 77019 United States + Google Map
Come join members of the Foreign Policy Alliance to discuss concerns developments and opinions related to U.S. foreign policy, militarism and endless war, including, but not limited to: recent developments with regard to Afghanistan, Iraq, and other countries we are militarily involved with, the bloated Pentagon and military budget, the nuclear threat, and positions and likely actions of the Democratic presidential candidates and/or the Trump Administration in the years ahead.Find out more »