Social work: Activists for peace deliver groceries in HoustonGlobal Embassy of Activists for Peace

Social work: Activists for peace deliver groceries in Houston

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After the campaign that the Global Embassy of Activists for Peace (GEAP) held on behalf of the victims of Hurricane Harvey in Houston, 70 volunteers from Texas, Oklahoma and Nebraska, arrived in caravan to the National United States Armed Forces Museum in Houston, to deliver the supplies and provisions collected.

Congresista Anthony Brown del Distrito 4 de Maryland, Enrique Garcia Coord. Nacional de la EMAP en EE.UU Liliana Borja Coord. de Houston

The activists were received by Daniel Espinoza, Military Director of the Office of Sheila Jackson Lee, congresswoman of the United States. This work was supported by the Navy, the United States Army and Congressman Anthony Brown of District 4 of Maryland.


Non-profit organizations, churches, government entities, among other institutions, were present to support families in health issues, legal guidance, procedures to claim their insurance, among others.




Congresswoman Jackson Lee acknowledged the work carried out by all the support groups that came together in favor of the people affected by the hurricane.

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access_time Saturday, September 2, 2017