Yesterday the Texas House came another big step closer to passing SB 4 – the anti-sanctuary cities/"show me your papers" bill. Unite! Get loud. Fight back. Thu., April 27, 4-5pm.
Join SJP – a community coalition seeking system level change in Austin regarding sexual assault – for updates and next steps! Thu., April 27, 6-8pm.
Texas' Health & Human Services Commission removed inclusive language for LGBTQ youth from their children's mental health grant proposal. This is one way Texas leaves queer youth and families in need of help. Come out, speak up for queer kids. Fri., April 28, 9am-3pm.
Texas HHSC Brown Heatly Building, 4900 N. Lamar
Central Texans come out to demand slashed greenhouse gases, a clean energy economy, and climate justice. Want to help plan? Join their Monday meetings: 6:30pm at Public Citizen. Sat., April 29, 1-3pm.
Black, Latinx, the indigenous, LGBTQ, refugees, immigrants, laborers, and the working class unite for nationwide protests in honor of International Worker's Day. "Go beyond moments of outrage, narrow concepts of sanctuary, and barriers between communities that have much at stake and so much in common." Mon., May 1, 4-7pm.
March in solidarity with workers across the world and celebrate the resistance and struggle of the oppressed workers from Syria to Mexico. Mon., May 1, 6pm.
Guadalupe & Fourth
The Texas Lyme Disease Association hosts a rally to spread awareness about the disease – currently one of the fastest growing infectious diseases in the U.S. Speakers include Dr. Ginger Savely and documentary filmmaker Pi Ware. Mon., May 1, 1:30-3:30pm.
UT students, faculty, and staff walkout for immigrants rights. They demand the administration declare UT Austin a sanctuary campus. Strikers will join the 4pm rally at the Capitol. Mon., May 1, 2:15-4pm.
Queer Rights ATX and Austin Pride unite to throw the sister rally to D.C.'s March for Equality and Pride. Sun., June 11, noon-4pm.