Help fight for jobs in our neighborhoods! Minority communities have higher unemployment rates than the overall population, and the goal of this campaign is to change that. We need jobs that pay good wages and benefits, so that we can support our families and better our communities.

With all of the tax dollars thrown at developers for new construction in our cities in Texas, we think taxpayers should get a return on that investment.

That’s why TOP, along with churches, trade unions, and other community organizations, is pushing for community benefits agreements with developers and government agencies that will guarantee good jobs, local hiring and training opportunities in our communities.

Also, with the expansion of the Port of Houston, and as more jobs are brought into the area, residents need to have access to these new jobs, as well as job training that will allow them to succeed.

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San Antonio protesters demand that Trump release his income tax returns

More than 100 activists rallied outside of U.S. Congressman Will Hurd’s office on the North Side on Tuesday afternoon, protesting President Donald Trump’s refusal to release his income taxes returns. With signs and posters held high, the crowd lined the curb outside of Hurd’s office building, cheering motorists who honked their car horns in solidarity […]

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IGUALDAD SALARIAL: Reclamo de hispanos en Houston (VIDEO)

Decenas de trabajadores en Houston se reunieron alrededor de las 12 del medio día frente a la alcaldía, para exigir un aumento salarial aprovechando el Día de la Igualdad Salarial. MundoHispánico habló con varias hispanas y estas dijeron que lo que ganan no les da para vivir. “Mi salario no me alcanza para nada, tengo […]

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Advocates Rally for Construction Workers’ Rights in Texas

AUSTIN, Texas — Worker advocates from across Texas marched at the State Capitol to remember construction workers who were killed on the job. People showed up in buses from Houston, Dallas and the Rio Grande Valley to honor their loved ones. According to a study done by the Workers Defense Project in collaboration with the […]