Houston Area Against Corporate Personhood (HAACP) (Partner Affiliate)

Date Established: 

August 2011

Houston Area Move To Amend, formerly HAACP, is the MTA affiliate for the Greater Houston Area. As of January 2013, we have begun hosting monthly meetings:

Every 2nd Tuesday of the month - 7 PM - Upstairs Community Center conference room at Central Market (Weslayan at Westheimer). Please join us next month (September 10, 2013). 

Typically, we spend part of the meeting on planning, organization, upcoming events, etc., then spend the second half of the time on an educational program, such as a guest speaker or documentary.

For more information and updates, visit us at http://HoustonMTA.net, or find us on facebook at http://www.facebook.com/HoustonMTA.

You can also reach out to our affiliate coordinators by phone:

Madeleine Crozat-Williams: 713-748-8133

Mike Badzioch: 281-908-2624

Announcements

Move to Amend Reports Features International Lecturer Dr. Erik Monasterio from New Zealand

March 8, 2015

Move to Amend brings you voices from the movement to amend the Constitution through our internet radio program. Every Thursday at 5pm Pacific/8pm Eastern. This is a call-in program. Call (646) 652-2345 and press 1 to participate.

This week features clinical lecturer from New Zealand, Dr. Erik Monasterio, to talk with us about the secretive Trans-Pacific Partnership and its implications for the international field of medicine and healthcare.
 

What the (Bleep) Happened to Hip Hop?!

March 8, 2015

What the (Bleep) Happened to Hip Hop?! is an educational campaign to address the corporatization of culture and how corporate power has co-opted our music, dance, and other arts and how to build a movement to end corporate rule. Culture is a dynamic process that both reflects and creates consciousness, and it plays an important role in building a grassroots movement to amend the Constitution. The dominant culture is typically the culture of the ruling class, and when the ruling class is a corporate oligarchy commodifying the artistic products of We the People, culture becomes a vehicle for indoctrination -- reinforcing racist, sexist, and classist stereotypes in order to divide us into manageable social groups the ruling corporate elite can control.

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