So many have expressed feeling as though we have been holding our breath throughout 2020. Between the individual and collective stress of a global pandemic, the murder of George Floyd and the national election we know people have high emotions. For this reason, the Center for the Healing of Racism will hold a safe space …
Here is the link: https://zoom.us/j/94131310993 Criminal Appeals Forum for tomorrow: Sept. 29th – 6:45 pm Top 3 reasons to join: 1 – Informed voters are the best voters. Hear from 5 of the 6 candidates for the 3 openings on this most important Court that decides on IPTX exonerations. All registered Texas voters will be voting …
Nominated for Best Documentary Feature, Seeing Red recounts the experiences of ordinary Americans who joined the Communist Party, and the high price many of them paid during the Red Scare in the 1950s. Compiled from more than 400 interviews with former and current Party members, the film delivers an engaging, funny, and human portrait of 50 years of activism. Iconic folk singer Pete Seeger and a dozen other members share personal stories that take on a special resonance today.
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.
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.
The Interfaith Environmental Network of Houston invites you to learn
how houses of worship in Houston are going green and consider what
you could do in your own house of worship. Join speakers of a variety
of faith backgrounds who will discuss work in their houses of worship
to go green in their building, grounds, worship services, community
service projects, advocacy, educational programs, and more.
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.