upcoming events

First and Third Wednesdays

6:30 pm CST via Zoom

Join XR Houston for our bi-monthly general meeting open to members and the general public. At general meetings, we discuss topics of interest, highlight ongoing work and ways to get involved, and keep up to date on Climate Justice news and happenings in our area.  

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Tuesday July 7, 2020

6:00 pm CST via Zoom

Join STOP TxDOT I-45 in organizing to save our community from the costly and dangerous North Houston Highway Improvement Project. If approved, TXDOT will once again be slicing up communities, deepening the tradition of inequity in Houston transportation, and foolishly ignoring new flood standards, and demolishing homes, businesses, and historical landmarks.

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Every Thursday Morning

11:30 am CST via Zoom

weekly guided meditation

Staying grounded and centered in the body is a vital skill needed for adapting to the changes happening in our world and building resilience. Join XR Houston's Regen Group for a weekly 45 minute guided mindfulness meditation. No registration required, welcome to all. 

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Final Meeting July 9, 2020

7-8:15 pm CST via Zoom

Building camaraderie and deepening our roots, join XR Houston every Thursday night as we read Lisa Fithian's Shut It Down: Stories From A Fierce And Loving Resistance. The book is "a veteran activist’s guide to direct action and strategic civil disobedience as the most radical and rapid means to social change." 

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Kickoff July 6, 2020

Three Week Digital Campaign

On July 6, Extinction Rebellion NYC is kicking off 3 weeks of rebellious digital-art-making against Microsoft, Amazon and Google for their massive deals with Big Oil (keep it in the ground!). Standing with the 10,000+ workers who have demanded their employers close these contracts, we ask all tech users to show solidarity through a petition at BigTechLovesBigOil.com, and then storm the Internet with memes, videos, and funny art that builds awareness of just how much Big Tech loves Big Oil.


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Thursday July 9, 2020

3:00 pm CST via Zoom

Get skilled up on how the finance industry evolved to exploit racialized bodies and is using its massive amounts of power and capital to fight back against our struggles for racial, climate, gender, and economic justice. The history of how the United States became the wealthiest country in the world is critical to understanding frontline struggles in the USA today. 

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