BY Ian Cox | Houston, TX | 1/22/17
On Jan. 19 students at the University of Houston (UH) held a walkout to show their disgust with the election of Donald Trump.
BY Fabian Van Onzin | Houston, TX | 11/12/16
Hundreds of people, many who were students, came out to protest the election of Donald Trump, Nov. 10. They gathered in front of City Hall and began chanting, "Hey Trump, you liar, we're here to say you're fired," followed by a few speeches. The sentiment of the crowd was one of rage and anger.
BY Fabian Van Onzin | Houston, TX | 10/02/16
The neo-Nazi White Knights of America staged a "White Lives Matter" rally outside the Anti-Defamation League office in Houston on Oct. 1.
BY Angelica Hernandez | Houston, TX | 9/20/16
Donald Trump faced a spirited protest outside the Omni Hotel in Houston on Sept. 17. Trump was speaking to a hate based anti-immigrant group called the Remembrance Project.
BY staff | Houston, TX | 7/02/16
Over 80 protesters gathered at the corner of Westheimer and Post Oak, July 1, to stand in solidarity with the oppressed people of Palestine. Many were from the local Arab and Middle Eastern community. The protest caught a lot of attention.
BY staff | Houston, TX | 6/20/16
On June 17 over 200 activists and community leaders protested Donald Trump in River Oaks, a wealthy area. Trump was holding a campaign fundraiser at the home of the right-wing lawyer Tony Buzbee.
BY Fabian Van Onzin | Houston, TX | 6/11/16
On June 17, Donald Trump will be holding a fundraiser in Houston to raise money for his campaign of racism, hatred and fear.
BY Fabian Van Onzin | Houston, TX | 5/22/16
On May 21, right-wing groups attempted to intimidate the Muslim community in Houston by holding an armed rally outside of the Islamic Daw'ah Center. The fifteen white supremacists displayed racist symbols, including the confederate flag, and chanted racist and anti-Muslim slurs. However, scores of people came out to fight back and confront the white supremacists’ message of hate and fear.
BY staff | Houston, TX | 5/05/16
Over 100 people marched in Houston to celebrate May Day, despite bad weather. They had signs with slogans such as "Workers and oppressed people of the world, unite," and "Stop the attacks on undocumented people."