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5 Years After Landfall
August 26, 2022 @ 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Air Alliance Houston, the Houston Climate Justice Museum and One Breath invite you to come together to reaffirm community and reflect on the ways Hurricane Harvey changed our city forever.
Friday, August 26, 2022
6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Starting inside the Fire Station #2 at 317 Sampson St. and ending outside at the Climate Justice Museum at 3308 Garrow St.
Donations as you are able to West Street Recovery are suggested.
Please Register to Join us
6 PM : Fire Station #2
Free food and drinks with reflections by Harris County Attorney Christian Menefee; policy advisor Zoe Middleton; professor, writer and founder of the Houston Flood Museum Dr. Lacy M. Johnson; City of Houston poet laureate Outspoken Bean.
7:15 PM: Climate Justice Museum
Free beer, art exhibitions curated by Matt Manalo and Willow Curry and interactive tables by Air Alliance Houston; Citizens’ Environmental Coalition; Connective; Houston Inspira artist Dria Brookings; Environment Texas.
Books about climate action and environmental justice will be for sale by Brazos Bookstore.
We encourage you as you are able to bike, walk, roll, use transit and share rides. The event is walkable from the Coffee Plant/Second Ward station on the METRORail Green Line.
Food will be provided by Doneraki with vegetarian options. Special thanks for the generosity of Connect Community, 8th Wonder Brewery and Distillery, and Saint Arnold Brewing Company.