We can elect the President by national popular vote by 2024 through state action. Join us to learn about the National Popular Vote bill and how you can help make this a reality. Hosted By: League of Women Voters of Texas Common Cause Texas Public Citizens...

The climate crisis demands bold action and strategies. To win in Texas, we must collaborate with frontline communities to reduce pollution and work across the state for a just transition from an oil-based economy to one based on equity and clean energy. Saturday December 12th, join...

The second in a series of online town hall events fostering conversation and action in our communities around the intersection of race, justice and our environment. You can view our first program at: https://www.facebook.com/watch/?v=1145748002462312 Featuring: Dr. Denae King (moderator) - Environmental Justice Researcher at Texas Southern University. ...

Hosted by the Sierra Club, Public Citizen Texas, the Austin Environmental Justice Team, Extinction Rebellion ATX, and the Carrizo Comecrudo Tribe of Texas - Join community members from the Rio Grande Valley and the Carrizo Comecrudo Tribe of Texas for a dinner and panel discussion to...

Hosted by the Sierra Club, Public Citizen, Extinction Rebellion ATX, and the Austin Environmental Justice Team - On November 20, three South Texas coastal communities that would be directly impacted by Texas LNG: City of Port Isabel, Long Island Village, and Laguna Heights are challenging the...

Hosted by Public Citizen Texas and the Texas Civil Rights Project - Our democracy works best when everyone can fully participate, no matter who they are or what their race or color is. When five U.S. Supreme Court justices gutted the 1965 Voting Rights Act in...

Hosted by - Public Citizen, Common Cause Texas, the Texas Civil Rights Project, TexPIRG, League of Women Voters, and MOVE Texas It's time to rally for voter protections! The month marks the sixth anniversary of the Supreme Court decision in Shelby County vs. Holder, which gutted...

Sponsored Post - from Public Citizen Texas    This post was written by Adrian Shelley, Director of the Texas Office of Public Citizen   Climate change is the defining issue of our time. Public Citizen believes that journalists and media outlets should give climate change the media coverage it...