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[POSTPONED] 2016 Elections AAPI Exit Survey Results Presentation Dinner Houston
[POSTPONED] 2016 Elections AAPI Exit Survey Results Presentation Dinner
Apr 30 6:30 PM at Yantze Restaurant in Houston

UPDATE: Due to inclimate recent weather, AALDEF's Exit Poll Results Presentation has been postponed. It will be rescheduled to either April or June 2017. We are sorry for any inconvenience. On November 8, 2016, over 950 AALDEF volunteers surveyed close to...


Stump the Treehugger – Earth Day Houston Environmental Trivia Contest Houston
Stump the Treehugger – Earth Day Houston Environmental Trivia Contest
Apr 30 4:00 PM at Saint Arnold Brewing Company in Houston

Think & Drink for the Planet Join CEC at Saint Arnold Brewing Company for the Earth Day Houston Environmental Trivia Contest. Sponsored by the Citizens’ Environmental Coalition, this exciting new way to celebrate Earth Day will stimulate and challenge all a...


In Darfur
Apr 28 8:00 PM on various days at Catastrophic Theatre in Houston

Genocide, Humanity & Journalism: In Darfur Rebel groups began fighting with the government of Sudan in 2003, accusing the government of oppressing Darfur's non-Arab population. What followed was a government campaign of ethnic cleansing against Darfur&#39...


IBC Talk in Houston by Dr. Makarand Paranjape on
IBC Talk in Houston by Dr. Makarand Paranjape on B.R. Ambedkar, Human Rights & Affirmative Action i
Apr 30 2:00 PM at International Trade Center in Houston

Dr. Makarand Paranjape (http://www.jnu.ac.in/Faculty/makarand/cv.pdf) is an Indian poet and professor at the Jawaharlal Nehru University in New Delhi - India. He has an MA in English literature and a Phd from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champagne. M...



Earth Day Houston Environmental Trivia Contest Houston
Earth Day Houston Environmental Trivia Contest
Apr 30 4:00 PM at Saint Arnold's Brewery in Houston

Think & Drink for the Planet Join CEC at Saint Arnold Brewing Company for the Earth Day Houston Environmental Trivia Contest. Sponsored by the Citizens’ Environmental Coalition, this exciting new way to celebrate Earth Day will stimulate and challenge all...


MELTON! Jewish Denominations: Addressing the Challenges of Modernity
Mar 13 7:00 PM at JCC Houston in Houston

Tuesdays, Trimester 3 | Rabbi Samantha Safran 7:00 PM 8:30 PM I Evelyn Rubenstein JCC This class will be an examination of Jewishidentity and religious expression against the backdrop of dramatic political and social change of the past 300 years. Gain extensi...


MELTON! Beyond Borders 1: The History of the Arab-Israeli Conflict I Rabbi Dan Aronson
Mar 15 9:30 AM at Congregation Or Ami in Houston

Tuesdays, Trimester 3 I Rabbi Dan Aronson 9:30 AM 11:00 AM I Congregation Or Ami This course provides a strong, text-based historical overview of the conflict from the late nineteenth century through today. Issues of religion, culture, history, politics, econ...


Novel Economies: A Literary Pre-History of U.S. Commercial Capitalism, 1730-1859
Apr 28 1:00 PM at Rice University in Houston

Friday, April 28, 2017 1:00 PM  to 3:00 PM 2nd Floor Lounge  Herring Hall “Novel Economies” demonstrates that American literature played a fundamental role in enabling large-scale economic change in the United States, namely it helped acclimate and...



Bobbi and Vic Samuels Center for Jewish Living & Learning Spring Scholars Series
Apr 30 4:00 PM at Evelyn Rubenstein Jewish Community Center in Houston

2017 Bobbi and Vic Samuels Center for Jewish Living & Learning Spring Scholars Series Jewish Ethics, Local Narratives Our annual spring series provides a Jewish lens to some of the most pressing issues in the Houston community. Each session will explore a top...


Santa & Andrés
Apr 28 at Audrey Jones Beck Building - MFAH in Houston

Presented by writer-director Carlos LechugaSet in eastern Cuba in 1983, Carlos Lechuga's second feature tells the story of the unlikely friendship that arises between a dissident gay novelist and a young woman dedicated to the Cuban revolutionary governme...


Bittersweet Harvest: The Bracero Program 1942-1964
Nov 22 at Holocaust Museum Houston in Houston

9:00 AM to 5:00 PM Holocaust Museum Houston (HMH) will open its first Spanish/English bilingual exhibit, “Bittersweet Harvest: The Bracero Program 1942-1964,” Friday, December 9, 2016. The exhibit showcases the bracero program, the largest guest worker pr...


Bittersweet Harvest: The Bracero Program, 1942-1964
Dec 9 at Holocaust Museum Houston in Houston

Holocaust Museum Houston will open its first Spanish/English bilingual exhibit, “Bittersweet Harvest: The Bracero Program, 1942-1964,” Friday, December 9, 2016. The exhibit showcases the Bracero program, the largest guest worker program in U.S. History, w...



Cuban Photography after 1980: Selections from the Museum’s Collection
Feb 7 at Audrey Jones Beck Building - MFAH in Houston

With Fidel Castro’s death in November 2016, the Cuban Revolution lost its political and spiritual leader. For many Cubans, however, the utopian aspirations promoted by Castro since the 1950s wavered earlier. Cuban Photography after 1980 features images fr...


WURA-NATASHA OGUNJI: HOUSE OF WAHALA
Apr 28 at Diverseworks in Houston

With a global art market valued at $63.8 billion and artists receiving the lowest amount of their earned income from the market…it’s time to reinvent the art auction!House of Wahala–meaning trouble in Nigerian pidgin–flips the script. Artist Wura-Nata...


Tea Time (La once)
Apr 29 at Audrey Jones Beck Building - MFAH in Houston

Filmed over a period of five years, this engaging documentary portrays a group of now-elderly women friends who have been meeting for tea for many decades. These immaculately groomed seniors have sustained this ritual throughout Chile’s historic changes.Mai...


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