Human Rights & Criminal Justice

MFAH Films Virtual Experience: John Lewis: Good Trouble

Chronicling Georgia’s U.S. Representative John Lewis’s 60-plus years of social activism and legislative action on civil rights, voting rights,
gun control, health-care reform, and immigration, this new documentary explores his Alabama childhood with his family and his fateful meeting with Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., and also includes interviews with political leaders and Congressional colleagues.

Justice 4 George Floyd

In support of Trae The Truth to uplift George Floyd we continue to demand accountability for Black lives in Houston and across the country.

Julia Reichert: 50 Years in Film: Seeing Red: Stories of American Communists

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.

Gaza Freedom Flotilla Captain Presentation

Join Norwegian Herman Reksten as he shares his experiences as captain of the fishing vessel Al Awda which was intercepted and boarded in international waters and taken to Israel on July 29, 2018.  This was his third attempt at breaking the blockade of Gaza even though he is not quite 30 years old.  Get a feel for life on a boat trying to break the over 10 year old Gaza blockade!

Know Your Rights! Workshop

Learn about what your rights are, how to exercise them, and what to do when your rights are violated. Come out and learn about 2nd amendment rights, 4th amendment rights, how to file a grievance against law enforcement, record expungement opportunities, courtroom procedures, and more!

Potluck and Movie: Imprisoning a Generation

Imprisoning a Generation is a 50-minute documentary film that follows the stories of four young Palestinians who have been detained and imprisoned in the Israeli military detention system and prosecuted in Israeli military courts. Their perspectives, along with the voices of their families, combine to form a lens into the entangled structures of oppression that expand well beyond the prison walls.

An Evening with Social Activist and Best-selling Author Patrisse Marie Cullors

The Houston Coalition Against Hate (HCAH) in collaboration with University of Houston Graduate College of Social Work invite you to attend a day of perspective with Patrisse Marie Cullors.

Patrisse Cullors is an artist, organizer, educator, public speaker, social activist, New York Times best-selling author, and co-creator of the viral Twitter hashtag and movement, #BlackLivesMatter. A Los Angeles native, she is a co-founder of the Black Lives Matter Global Network and founder of grassroots, Los Angeles based organization Dignity and Power Now.

Art in the Space of Social and Political Advocacy

The Houston Coalition Against Hate (HCAH) in collaboration with University of Houston Graduate College of Social Work Invite you to attend an engagement showcasing the artwork of socially relevant/conscious Houston artists: Patrick McGrath Muniz, Jessica Gonzalez, David McGee, Monica Villarreal and Kay Sarver.

March for Justice

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE We the People Organize First March for The Tuttles Houston— July 26, 2019- We the People Organize will hold our first March and Rally for the Tuttles on Saturday, July 27, 2019. Nearly six months ago, the Tuttles were killed in their Houston home as result of a botched raid by the …

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