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EVENTS

Upcoming & Past Events

Things Are Changin’: A Musical Performance & Discussion in Austin

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September 5th, 2024

Don't miss out on the opportunity to engage with the Texas Civil Rights Project and our community partners in Austin on Thursday, September 5th. 

 

We're hosting a unique event that combines a musical performance with a discussion about the evolution of Texas' social justice movement leading up to the November 2024 elections. Explore the role of music in this movement and the work that lies ahead, and be part of the conversation. More details are coming soon.


Secure your spot by getting your ticket TODAY!

We are TCRP
Reception & celebration in Houston

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December 1, 2022

At this event, we celebrated those who have made an impact at TCRP in the past, including out-going President Mimi Marziani and our local TCRP Impact Network. We also charted a path towards our future.

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November 12, 2022

At this event, we celebrated those who have made an impact at TCRP in the past, including out-going President Mimi Marziani and our local TCRP Impact Network. We also charted a path towards our future.
 

We are TCRP
Reception & celebration in Dallas

Community Reflections
Family Separation

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July 28, 2022

During this event, we reflected on how family separation is still happening today, just under a different name. Learn more about how we are continuing to fight against these family separations our blog.

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June 16, 2022

At this event we celebrated TCRP's Voting Rights Program which is on the frontlines fighting to ensure Texans can choose who represent us, cast a ballot that counts, and have our voices heard in this year's elections. Although this event is past, there's still time to contribute to our Voting Rights work.

Voting Rights
Concert in Austin

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May 25, 2022

Comida Sin Fronteras roughly translates to “food without borders,” which is a recognition of how cuisine transcends borders. Our Beyond Borders team is rooted in South Texas, where TCRP first began, and has been at the forefront of advocating for people seeking protection along the Texas-Mexico border as well as empowering and advocating for local border residents. This in-person cooking demonstration with Chef Johnny Hernandez, shared our passion for culture and social justice. You can still contribute to our Beyond Borders work.

2nd Annual Comida sin Fronteras
feat. Chef Hernandez

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March 16, 2022

We sent a letter to the Pasadena ISD School Board to alert them of these 1,400 instances and demand an explanation. We also began holding town hall meetings in Pasadena to inform and engage the community around the school policing practices that are impacting their children. In these community initiatives, we distributed valuable resources like our Know Your Rights guide for parents and students to navigate disciplinary measures at school. We also began an open dialogue of communication with community members, many of which shared our deep concerns about the dangers of policing in schools. You can contribute to our Criminal Injustice team's work and their fight against policing in schools.

Pasadena ISD Town Hall

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