Upcoming UU and other local events and activities of interest
Morgantown, West Virginia
Please check out the Calendar! In particular, this includes activities by our friends in the atheist and
freethinker communities in the area. Also go to the CCSJ website for local and state events concerning
Human Rights and related topics.
Civics and Social Justice Movie Series
Join us on biweekly Thursdays at 6:30 p.m. at the Fellowship for our screenings in the Civics and Social
Justice Film Series. We have a trivia contest with prize giveaways, too, so please become familiar with the
topic of each movie.
Future showings (subject to change) will be:
"Minimalism: A Documentary About Important Things," (D'Avella, 2016) -- Thursday, March, 08, 2018
"Living on One Dollar" (Temple, Ingrasci, Leonard, 2012) -- Thursday, March, 22, 2018
"Miss Representation" (Neusome Siebel, 2011) -- Thursday, April 12, 2018
"Awake: A Dream From Standing Rock" (Fox, Spione, Dewey, 2017) -- Thursday, April 26, 2018
"Life Itself" (James, 2014) -- Thursday, May 10, 2018
"The Square" (Noujaim, 2017) -- Thursday, May 24, 2018
"Sustainable" (Weschler, 2016) -- Thursday, June 7, 2018
All showings are at 6:30 p.m. unless announced otherwise.
Monongalia County Child Advocacy Center Events
Here’s a unique way to support the MCCAC from their May newsletter: “For a minimum donation of $25, you
can honor your friends or family on their birthday and support a young victim of abuse on theirs. By joining
the MCCAC’s Birthday Club, you will ensure that a child abuse victim in Monongalia County will receive a
card and present on his/her birthday. If the donation is made in honor, or memory, of a friend or family
member his/her birthday will be recognized on the MCCAC Birthday Calendar and they will receive a card
informing them of the donation in their honor. This is a great opportunity to support a great cause and
ensure that a young child abuse victim has a happy birthday!” For more information on this opportunity go to
Morgantown Human Rights Commission
The Morgantown Human Rights Commission meets monthly on the 3rd Thursday of each month at 6:30 p.m. in
the Public Safety Building (300 Spruce Street) conference room.
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