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The 84th Texas Legislature is Sending You A Clear Message

It is very apparent the 84th Texas Legislature is sending everyone a clear message.  The Texas Legislature does not care about the average citizen in Texas. The only interest the Legislature has is making sure that businesses are not burdened with any regulations.

Great Milestone for Alief

Mayor Annise Parker and Councilman Richard Nguyen presenting the rendering for the new Multipurpose Center. 

On April 1st, The Mayor of Houston, Annise Parker, and Councilman District F, Richard Nguyen, attended a meeting in Alief to unveil the Alief Multipurpose Center.  The Center is the goal at the end of a long road for Texans Together and the Alief community, both past and present.  The community saw a need and worked hard to reach this historic point. 

Francisco 'Frank' Garcia, Program Director at Texans Together, has been a major part of the effort.  He grew up in the community and  has worked with the Alief community for over 7 years with Texans Together.  The Center was a major hurdle and finally, finally they've reached it.

Texans Together Stands United with Workers

Texans Together joined 25 other community, religious and labor organizations to form "Labor and Communities United" at a press conference today on the steps of Houston's City Hall.  It was a beautiful day to get this important message out!


GOTV is Year Round!

April 1st, we were at the CWA (Communications Workers of America) Hall  last night in collaboration with the NAACP (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People).  TTEF's Shekira Denise spoke there and help co-facilitate the Deputy Voter Registrar training for over 60 attendees.

Turn Up the Vote, Turned Out the Vote for GOTV 2014

Texans Together’s non-partisan, grassroots voter network in 2014 was again a huge success. As in 2012, our organizers and grassroots leaders went door-to-door in low-propensity voting areas where Texans Together is engaging communities and developing grassroots leaders.

Alief Fest is Coming!

On Saturday, March 14th, Texans Together attended a planning meeting for the first Alief Festival to bring family fun with civic engagement to the Alief Multi Purpose Center.  The meeting was an action that was initiated by a member of our Alief Empower Houston Leaders (EHL) class. It was a oustanding first get together with Texans Together, the Alief Center, Community Alive, and Alief Super Neighbor Council.  There was a great exchange of ideas and  it's going to be an exciting event.


Report confirms: Removal of Waste in Pits Best

On Tuesday, March 10, 2015, Jacquelyn Young of the San Jacinto River Coalition and Dr. Kathleen Garland, a Geologist and Environmental Management Expert, held a press conference at 11:00 a.m. at the Houston Public Library’s Concourse meeting room located at 500 McKinney St, Houston, TX. Dr. Garland presented her findings from her newly released report The San Jacinto River Waste Pits Superfund Site: An Assessment of Remedial Options for Sites with Dioxin-contaminated Sediments with Implications for Remedy Selection at the San Jacinto Site.


Big Day for Pre-K

Tomorrow will be a big day in Austin for Pre-K!  The Texas House Public Education Committee will be hearing about 6 education bills.  From Texas Association for the Education of Young Children, here's the run down and what you can do to make your voice heard: 

Six Bills!! Can you believe it? It's been a long time since this much focus has been on Early Childhood in Texas so let's make sure not to let this moment pass us by without our voices being heard. 


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