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.
Controversial upon its release, the first feature-length film of the modern women’s movement looks at female socialization through a peek into the lives of six women, ages 4 to 35, and the forces that shape them: teachers, counselors, advertising, music, and marriage. The film was widely used by consciousness-raising groups to generate interest and help explain feminism to a skeptical society. Viewers now have a chance to see how much has changed and how much remains the same.
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.
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.
Gather with Foreign Policy Alliance to discuss recent developments and any matters of concern related to militarism and foreign policy.
Please join us on SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 10th as we celebrate our National and Local Peacemaker Award Recipients!
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.
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!
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.
Sunday Sunday Sunday! Join Houston DSA for a Chili Cook-Off and Potluck Fundraiser to help fund travel and registration costs for our delegation to the DSA National Convention in Atlanta!
Hang out, eat chili, and talk socialism with us. We’ll have a raffle for fun socialist prizes, and vote on our favorite chili dish. The contest will be judged in four categories: People’s Choice, Best Vegan/Vegetarian, Spiciest, and Most Interesting Ingredient.