More Actions in Houston

Houston Socialist Reading Group: A Socialist Perspective on the Legalization of Marijuana

Tuesday, September 30 @ 7:30pm

Where: 2409 Montrose Blvd., Houston, TX (Hollywood Vietnamese and Chinese Restaurant)

Details: This week the Houston Socialist Reading Group will be discussing the Socialist perspective on the legalization of Marijuana.


When: Tuesday, September 30 @ 7:00pm

Where: 3412 Crawford St. Houston, TX 77004


When: Tuesday, September 30 @ 7pm

Where: 401 Branard St. (Montrose Counseling Center, Room 114)

Details: Members of the Southwest Defense Network invite you to a conversation about the Ferguson uprising. The event will start with a video presentation on Ferguson by Lorenzo Kom'boa Ervin. Lorenzo is a former member of the original Black Panther Party, political prisoner and author of "Anarchism and the Black Revolution".


When: Thursday, October 2 @ 7pm

Where: 4807 Caroline St (Houston Museum of African American Culture)

DetailsSong of Freedom is a soaring musical drama that explores one man's rise to fame as a concert vocalist and subsequent exploration of his African roots. Paul Robeson stars as John Zinga, a British-born stevedore who is discovered by an influential impresario and becomes a singing star.


When: Thursday, October 4 @ 2pm

Where: Westheimer and Post Oak

Details: Several weeks ago, the US Government began its third war in Iraq—and then began bombing in Syria last night. Although we abhor ISIS, we condemn the latest US war as illegal, immoral, and imperialist. Please join the Progressive Workers Organizing Committee and friends for a spirited demonstration against US military intervention in Iraq and Syria. There will be an open mic at the event, and all participants will be encouraged to voice their opposition to this new US war.


When: Thursday, October 4 @ 2pm

Where: 2506 Sutherland, Houston, TX 77027 (Harris County AFL-CIO)

Details: Your voice matters! For far too long, the voices of parents, educators and community members have been silenced.  Schools work best for kids when all education stakeholders can give  meaningful input. It’s time for HISD to listen! The school district’s topdown, test-driven approach to accountability is not improving teaching and learning. Partners Allied for Strong Public Schools (PASS) wants to give parents, educators and community members an opportunity to have a real say regarding the future of our neighborhood public schools. We need to hear from you! Please join us  for a Community Conversation that will cover: Testing and accountability, School funding, and School closures.


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