Our Programs at Channing-Murray
UU Social Justice Film Series
The UU Social Justice Film Series is a monthly film series cosponored by the Channing-Murray Foundation and the Social Action Committee of the Unitarian-Universalist Church. Selected films span a variety of social justice issues from labor organizing to feminism(s), environmental justice to immigration. All films feature local experts facilitating a post-film dialogue aimed at discussing local organizing and building networks where activists can connect.
African Dance Classes
Sundays 5:00- 6:30 pm, in the Chapel
Classes are $7.
Facebook : Ngoma Expressions
Contact: for details
C-U Tango Nights
Mondays 7:30-10:00pm, in the Chapel
Fiction Writers Workshop
Tuesdays 7:15 p.m. in the Fireside Room
Learn how to publish your writing, bring manuscripts and also lend a critical ear to the writings of others. Short stories, novels, and plays read and critiqued. Persons of all writing experience levels welcome. Regulars range from novices to published authors. Contact Elaine Palencia (356-3893) for details.
CUATSALSA has been founded in 2002 and offers year round salsa, merengue, and bachata classes. They teach beginner, intermediate and advanced levels. 5 week session is $35. No partner required. Instructors: Muge Dizen and Yuri Sohn. More information at:www.cuatsalsa.com.