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October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month

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Oct. 5, 2015Houston Chronicle

Editorial: For District C

District council members don’t usually make national headlines, but last summer Councilwoman Ellen Cohen got her 15 minutes of fame while questioning Pastor Betty Riggle‘s opposition to Houston’s equal rights ordinance. Continue Reading »

Oct. 1, 2015City of Houston

Celebrate Disability Awareness Month in October!

The City of Houston Department of Neighborhoods and community partners invite Houstonians to celebrate Disability Awareness Month in October commemorating the 25th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act. The month-long celebration features a series of public events intended to raise awareness of the rights and accomplishments of people with disabilities.  Continue Reading »

Oct. 1, 2015kstarcountry.com

Crime Stoppers of Houston and verizon partner to launch INITIATIVE AGAINST DOMESTIC VIOLENCE

Crime Stoppers of Houston, in partnership with Verizon, announced the launch of its “Safe Community” domestic violence awareness initiative with a press conference on Thursday, October 1. Continue Reading »

Oct. 1, 2015Houston Chronicle

Buffalo Bayou Park gives Houstonians a new perspective on the city

Buffalo Bayou has been abused almost from the moment the Allen brothers came ashore in 1836. Cypresses that helped secure the banks were logged early on, and for most of the 20th century, the polluted waterway reeked. Continue Reading »