Texas State Capitol
The Texas Charter Schools Association hosts a rally featuring keynote remarks from Gov. Abbott and Commissioner George P. Bush. Participants hope to raise legislators' awareness regarding the importance of quality public charter schools. Wed., April 26, 12:30-2pm.
Immigrant families, friends, and allies join in solidarity as the Texas House votes on anti-Sanctuary City Bill, SB 4. Wear black and call your Rep. to show/voice your disapproval of the bill. Wed., April 26, 6-8pm.
Join ActOUT – date TBA depending on when (or if) the House schedules a hearing for SB 6 – for a Capitol sit-in with potties, poopers, johns, and fake porcelain thrones. Email ActOUT for updates at firstname.lastname@example.org Thu., April 27 - Mon., May 29Date TBA.
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.
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.
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.
This rally is all about healthy living and features student performances, family-friendly physical activities, speakers, and healthy vendors. Tue., May 2, 10am-1pm. Free.