(Houston) The Honey Brown Hope Foundation's "No Trashing Trash Workers" campaign, in partnership with City of Houston Solid Waste Management Department and Frost Bank, will recognize outstanding sanitation workers as part of the "Waste and Recycling Workers Week" celebration, observed from June 17-24. The observation of “Waste and Recycling Workers Week” and the acknowledgment of waste and recycling workers from each of Solid Waste Management’s six service areas will be held during the City Coun…
Press Conference: Foundation Founder and Concerned Community Members call for Kroger To Ban Racist Customer from Stores
Feb 13, 2023
On January 9, 2023, around 5:17 p.m. at Missouri City Store # 334, Founder and Executive Director of the Honey Brown Hope Foundation Tammie Lang Campbell, witnessed a Black female store manager, Karly, being verbally assaulted/berated by a white male customer, Ben Sellers (license plate #Texas RGK2879). The press conference will be on February 15, 2023, in front of Kroger located at: 6200 HWY 6, Missouri City, Texas 77459 at 10:00 a.m.
Media Release | Darius Elam Case | Hearing on HPD’s Informant’s Questionable Testimony that Lead to Conviction 40 Years Ago
Nov 29, 2022
Darius Elam, who got life for aggravated robbery after questionable, paid HPD informant’s testimony in 1984, gets hearing on December 7, 2022, in Judge Josh Hill’s Court. The upcoming hearing will be held at 9:00 a.m., 232 Criminal Court, 1201 Franklin St., 16th Floor, Houston, TX 77002. Community members who wish to attend the hearing in support of Darius Elam are asked to click here to complete this form.
From: Tammie Lang Campbell Founder and Executive Director of the Honey Brown Hope Foundation The Honey Brown Hope Foundation was recently honored and humbled to join Former U.S. Vice President Al Gore along with 400 climate activists from across the US Gulf Coast at “Power Up: A Climate Reality Training on Advocacy in Action.” This three-day, climate activism training in Houston included a “Toxic Tour” of Union Pacific railroad tracks in Fifth Ward and other areas affected by environmental racis…