Radical Readers book of the month is Ponciá Vicêncio by Conceição Evaristo. Poncia Vicencio is the story of a young Afro-Brazilian woman's journey from the land of her enslaved ancestors to the emptiness of urban life. However, the generations of creativity, violence, and family cannot be...

If you want to learn more about the Austin Justice Coalition, you've come to the right place. Join us for our general body meeting where you can meet the team, learn what's going on in the organization, how you can get involved, and hear from other...

Join us this Saturday, September 11th at 3-5PM on the South steps - Rain or Shine We will stand in solidarity together to demand justice for our lives, our bodies and our rights. Wear a mask. Statewide, local and national civil rights / social justice organizations including Austin...

Join us for our general body meeting where you can meet the team, learn what's going on in the organization, how you can get involved, and hear from other community organizations. Our general body meeting typically occurs on the first Tuesday of every month. We are currently...

Austin Justice Coalitions Black Food Week is back for the 5th time this year. We're excited to continue the tradition of two restaurant weeks and one week dedicated to food trucks. That’s three full weeks of good food, drinks, and community engagement. We will be...

Author Marlon Peterson will join Austin Justice Coalitions Radical Readers Book Club on Aug. 29th at 5PM to discuss and answer questions about his new book, Bird Uncaged: An Abolitionist's Freedom Song. Since his decade of incarceration, Marlon has written, created programming, lectured, organized, and advocated...

** Because of COVID-19, this event has been postponed ** Austin Justice Coalition is proud to present our 4th annual art show and fundraiser, BLACK ART MATTERS. "Black Art Matters" is an art experience that highlights the excellence and power of Black artists. This space explores...

** Because of COVID-19, this event has been postponed ** Austin Justice Coalition is proud to present our 4th annual art show and fundraiser, BLACK ART MATTERS. "Black Art Matters" is an art experience that highlights the excellence and power of Black artists. This space explores...

Things Fall Apart is the debut novel by Nigerian author Chinua Achebe, first published in 1958. It depicts pre-colonial life in the southeastern part of Nigeria and the arrival of Europeans during the late 19th century. It is seen as the archetypal modern African novel...

Join us for our general body meeting where you can meet the team, learn what's going on in the organization, how you can get involved, and hear from other community organizations. Our general body meeting typically occurs on the first Tuesday of every month. We are currently...