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This section aims to be chock full of position papers, articles, and links
to other organizations. A related page of our web site: Local
Por La Paz: a
grass-roots organization committed to the fulfillment of human, civil,
and cultural rights for all citizens of the world
Peace and Justice Center
now invites progressives to do their copying for 2 1/2 cents at its
Center, 1627 W. Alabama (just east of Dunlavy). The facility is open
M-F 2-5, but access at other times is possible by calling 713.522.9850
Where attitudes toward violence are put to the test.
Test and boost your resistance to “war fever” at PeaceTest.org,
an educational project of the University of Texas School of Public Health
and the International Federation of Medical Students’ Associations
measures users’ risk of moral disengagement and explains how this
cognitive process affects attitudes and policies regarding violence.
nonviolent all-civilian group that strives to help end police misconduct,
brutality, and abuse of power through direct observation of the police
in the streets, and advocating for their victims after the event.
Justice: Leader of the movement for civilian oversight
of the police.
a memorial website for those killed by law officers in our area.
Collaborative effort of National Wildlife Federation, Environmental
Defense Fund, and Lone Star Chapter of Sierra Club; follow their links.
Includes valuable science, photos, conferences, you name it they've
got it with respect to water. (Water Conference in Houston happened
27 Sept 2003; others to follow in New Braunfels, Dallas, Midland.)
Texas Living Waters
Part of the above coalition; video available.
about Texas Water
An engaging manual for personal action. Download pdf in English and/o
Instant Runoff Voting, Research, Reforms
Radio and Free Speech
/ Alternative News & Media
People from associated state green parties met in Denver in June,
2000, and adopted a platform that states in Section F, on Criminal Justice,
Item 14: "We do not support, as a matter of conscience, the DEATH
EXECTIONS specially dedicated links: American
Bar Association, International
Justice Project, Amnesty
Eternal beacon of reason and hope in Houston
filled reports on how injustice results in death in Texas. A few dedicated
lawyers tell tales that beat all the tired old jokes. Problem is, it's
Texas Department of Criminal **justice STATISTICS
grim reaper's meticulous records. Schedules. Last meals. Last words.
Amnesty International DP Abolition
has fantastic resources about DP with respect to Juveniles, Deterrence
(not), Racial imbalance, Innocence, Cost, etc. Don't curse the darkness,
light one candle.
ACLU Death Penalty Campaign
gives updates countrywide, often with legislative initiatives
Organizing against the DP
Friends Service Committee once hosted this site; it's become much wider.
Texas Coalition to
Abolish the Death Penalty
Houston. Meets 2nd Tuesdays at ACLU office on Montrose at Alabama, SW
corner, 2nd floor. (See Houston Peace News.)
Texas Moratorium Network
March to end executions.
Citizens United for
Alternatives to the DP
Bonowitz met with southern activists in San Marcos May 2000
The Lamp of Hope -- Europeans watch Texas
executed a co-founder; a Dane carries the torch.
End the Death Penalty
nationwide organization, CEDP has some good links too
Modified Food; other good food stuff
Links to check out:
Party Links (the global network):
want more information on Green Issues, check out the links
weekly newsletter from the national GP, see http://www.gp.org/greensweek/index.html
where you may subscribe for e-mail.
anyone know what became of the Green Path website that explored Green
Thinking (grown courtesy of Carl Manz, who recently moved from Bastrop
County, Texas to Arizona)?
want Texas Green Party Materials, click