Wednesday, September 23, 2009

The Official Campaign Fundraiser | Wednesday, Sept. 30 @ 5:30pm | Massa’s Restaurant

"Leading By Example"

The Official Campaign Fundraiser
Wednesday, Sept. 30 @ 5:30pm
Massa’s Restaurant 1331 Lamar St ,Houston, TX 77010

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Donate by check at the door or mail to:
P.O. Box 130932 | Houston, Texas 77219
Call 832-541-4908 or visit

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Paid for by the Jarvis Johnson Campaign, Velika Hines, Treasurer

Friday, September 18, 2009

Councilmember Jarvis Johnson to be interview on Harlem 411 Radio Show--Sept 18! Tune in!

Continuing his discussions on the alarming high school drop out rates, Councilmember Jarvis Johnson will be a guest on Harlem 411 Radio Show, that is based in Harlem, New York. He will be a guest along with Houston poet Se7en, who is also a school counselor in Spring ISD.

The show will air live at 5pm CST (6pm EST) on WHCR 90.3 FM in Harlem and online at:

Tune in...let's be the change!

Listen! Archived interview with Dr. Wendy Johnson about the high school drop out rate!

On Monday, September 14, 2009, Councilmember Johnson was a guest on Let's Talk with Dr. Wendy hosted by speaker and author Dr. Wendy Johnson. The show also featured the great poet Se7en, who is a counselor in Spring ISD. They discussed the rising high school drop out rate and the state of America's educational system.



ARCES HOMES WATCH: Councilmember Jarvis Johnson and a coalition of organizations to host press conference today

Media/Community Advisory

The recent arrest of an individual reported to “possibly” have been responsible for a series of sexual assault/murders in the Acres Homes area is comforting. A wide coalition of organizations, elected officials, activists and residents have waited for years to find out what sick soul was responsible for such heinous crimes, terrorizing an entire community in the process. While we are awaiting DNA evidence to conclusively link this individual to these murders we want to send a strong message to the community of Acres Homes and the city of Houston in general, “DO NOT LET YOUR GUARD DOWN.”

A coalition of organizations will unite with Houston City Councilman Jarvis Johnson to walk the neighborhoods in Acres Homes in an effort to send a message that the “THREAT LEVEL” must remain at its height to prevent further victimization. We plan to pass out flyers containing information and instructions on how to “REMAIN VIGILANT” to protect women and young girls in the community. We must be certain that our community is not being misled in the name of “solving the infamous Acres Homes murders.” Please join us in sending this very important message.

WHAT: Press Conference/ Community Outreach Walk

DATE: Friday September 18, 2009

TIME: 3:00pm

ADDRESS: 1900 block of West Little York (across the street from Drew Academy)

For more information contact Deric Muhammad @ (281)865-8323 or

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