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«December 09, 2005 - January 08, 2006»
12 / 9
Start: 7:00 pm
End: 9:30 pm

Event Description:

Learning about grassroots, independent, and corporate media and how to tap into their various resources specific to the needs of the houston social forum's organizing committee. This Organizing Committee meets several times a month to organize for an event that will take place in late april 2006 with the theme "Another World is Possible." it is designed to be an open space for the meeting of the various groups of civil society in houston and beyond.

Event Contact Name:
Houston Social Forum Action Group

Event Email Address:
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Event Website:
www.houstonsocialforum.org


Start: 7:00 pm
End: 10:00 pm

Event Description:

Tonight I and other organizers are hosting a silent auction for The World Can't Wait - Drive Out The Bush Regime
It will be at Winter Street Studios from 7 to 9:30PM.  We have received donations from local restaurants, artists, life coaches, massage theapists and theaters.  Come do a little holiday shopping, support a great cause and get to know more about who we are, what we've accomplished and where we are going as a movement.
Kate

Event Phone Contact Information:
713-686-4695

Event Email Address:
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Event Website:
www.worldcantwait.org


12 / 10
Start: 10:00 am
End: 12:00 pm

Event Description:

Harris County AFL-CIO Council, December 10th International Human Rights Day - STREET HEAT Day of Action to Restore Workers’ Freedom to Form Unions and Bargain Collectively

  • Transport Workers Union of America (TWU), Local 582
  • TWU’s School Bus Drivers in Cy-Fair ISD and Humble ISD 

Let’s Stand with these Workers!

Continental Airlines’ Fleet Service Workers and the Bus Drivers of Cy-Fair and Humble ISD want a Union.  The Transportation Workers Union and these Workers need our support.
 
December 10th is International Human Rights Day and is our National Day of Action to Restore Workers’ Freedom to Form Unions and Bargain Collectively.  Our Houston event in support of TWU will be just one of many events held across the country by workers and their Unions.  The Employee Free Choice Act that is now before Congress will protect workers who want to form a union and bargain a contract with their employer.  Unfortunately, under our present labor laws 25% of workers are fired for doing so or threatened with a plant closing and 1/3 never achieve first contact.
 
We need to turn out on Saturday, December 10th (you will be voting in the run-off on that same day) at 10:00 a.m. at the Mickey Leland Federal Bldg, 1919 Smith St., Downtown Houston, Wear your Union colors and bring your Union banners.  Show your support for workers.


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12 / 15
Start: 8:00 am
End: 6:00 pm

Event Description:

Environmental & Energy Systems Institute/ Rice University
Center for Nanoscale Science & Technology
French Consulate-Houston

NANOTECHNOLOGIES for a SUSTAINABLE ENVIRONMENT
December 15, 2005 - 8:00-6:00
Rice University - Duncan Hall - McMurtry Auditorium

Event Contact Name:
Christine Gardner, Institute Coordinator

Event Phone Contact Information:
713-348-4700


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12 / 31
Start: 6:00 pm
Start: Dec 31 2005 - 6:00pm
End: Jan 1 2006 - 2:00am

Event Description:

YOU are invited to join with other progressives (and people who don't mind being around progressives talking about politics) to a pot-luck New Year's eve party at the home of Bill and Cheryl Crosier.

Bring:
Something to eat or drink, or your voice or a musical instrument
(one of the above is plenty)
Or just bring yourself.  Feel free to bring friends, too.  We never have to worry about enough food with a pot-luck party.
Bring flyers, signs, etc. for candidates or for upcoming events for your favorite organizations.  We'll have a literature table.

Event Sponsor:
Progressive Action Alliance

Event Phone Contact Information:
713-641-4941

Event Email Address:
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Event Website:
progressiveactionalliance.org/node/1120


01 / 1
End: 2:00 am
Start: Dec 31 2005 - 6:00pm
End: Jan 1 2006 - 2:00am

Event Description:

YOU are invited to join with other progressives (and people who don't mind being around progressives talking about politics) to a pot-luck New Year's eve party at the home of Bill and Cheryl Crosier.

Bring:
Something to eat or drink, or your voice or a musical instrument
(one of the above is plenty)
Or just bring yourself.  Feel free to bring friends, too.  We never have to worry about enough food with a pot-luck party.
Bring flyers, signs, etc. for candidates or for upcoming events for your favorite organizations.  We'll have a literature table.

Event Sponsor:
Progressive Action Alliance

Event Phone Contact Information:
713-641-4941

Event Email Address:
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Event Website:
progressiveactionalliance.org/node/1120


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01 / 5
Start: 6:00 pm
End: 8:00 pm

Event Description:

Please join us for the campaign kick-off party of Goodwille Pierre, Democratic candidate for the office of Harris County Clerk. Goodwille is an attorney and a dynamic voting rights activist. He is also the former state director of People for the American Way, a progressive advocacy organization that promotes strong civil liberties.

Event Contact Name:
Stan Merriman

Event Email Address:
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01 / 6
Start: 8:00 am
End: 5:00 pm

Event Description:

From the Secretary of State:

First day of period for voter to submit an application for an early ballot by mail for the general primary, or for both the general primary and the runoff primary. The application is considered submitted at the time of receipt. (Secs. 84.001(d), 84.007).


01 / 7
Start: 6:00 pm
End: 9:00 pm

Event Description:

On Sat., Jan 7, 2006, at the Moody Gardens Hotel, Spa and Convention Center, 7 Hope Blvd., Galveston, the Galveston County Democratic Party will host a banquet titled TURN TEXAS BLUE. Social hour is at 6 pm, 7 pm is the banquet. Following the banquet is the program that will be opened with a video message from DNC Chairman Howard Dean. Among others, Nick Lampson and Shane Sklar, candidates for Districts 22 and 14, respectively, will be in attendance. Tickets to the banquet are $50. RESERVATIONS MUST BE MADE PRIOR TO JAN.1, 2006. Make your checks payable to the Galveston County Democratic Party and mail to PO Box 519, LaMarque, TX 77568. Committee meetings start at 9 am and run until noon at which time the rally starts that will feature statewide and federal candidates. This is your chance to meet them all. The rally will last until 1 pm. It is followed at 1 pm by the quarterly meeting of the State Democratic Executive Committee. If you plan to stay over night, call the Moody Gardens Hotel at 1-888-388-8484 for reservations and tell them you are part of the Texas Democratic Party. For further information see www.democraticswin.com. Your participation will benefit a great cause for our state and nation. Help TURN TEXAS BLUE!

Event Sponsor:
Galveston County Democratic Party

Event Contact Name:
June Bennett Larsen

Event Phone Contact Information:
281-482-5621

Event Email Address:
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Event Website:
www.Democratswin.com

Event Fee:
$50. per seat for banquet.


01 / 8
Start: 6:00 pm
End: 10:00 pm

Event Description:

Join HRC at the L-Word Season 3 Premiere Event at Guava Lamp!

  • Doors open: 6:00 PM
  • Show begins: 8:00 PM
  • Party: Pre-Screening

Event Sponsor:
Human Rights Campaign (HRC)

Event Website:
www.sho.com/site/lword/home.do

Event Fee:
Admission to screening is free and open to the public. $5 Pre-Party donation to the Human Rights Campaign suggested.


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