Programming

Due to COVID-19 some of our Ongoing Programming is postponed until further notice. In the meantime, Tia Chucha's is offering Virtual Programming. Check out our Seasonal Programming and Calendar of Events! 

Below are descriptions of our active ongoing programs. We also offer seasonal programsClick here to see our current Seasonal workshops and classes.

*Note: The opinions expressed at our events & workshops do not necessarily reflect the views of Tía Chucha’s Centro Cultural & Bookstore.

Young Warriors
Wednesdays/Miercoles 

Our mission is to help young people understand their individual: mental, emotional and physical needs through the practices of proper mentoring. Our vision is to empower a generation of community leaders who live a balanced, purposeful and wholesome life.

In 2007, Mayra Zaragoza, still a high school student, established Young Warriors Youth Mentoring Program, under the umbrella of, Tia Chucha's Cultural Center & Bookstore with the help of the co-founder and know author Luis J Rodriguez. Young Warriors was created to meet the needs of the young people living in the low-income communities of the northeast San Fernando Valley. The need being: a safe, judgment-free space, in which young people from all walk of life could coexist, learn from each other, mature and contribute to the betterment of themselves and community. 

Email Program Director Mayra at youngwarriors@tiachucha.org for any questions or to get involved.

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Social Justice Book Club
Every 3rd Saturday 12-1:30pm

The Social Justice Book Club is an open group meeting to discuss, analyze, and critique books rooted in social justice themes. We are open to different works of literature such as fiction, nonfiction, scholarly articles, magazines, poetry, etc. Everyone is welcome to join our meetings, whether they have read the work or not, the dialogue is usually centered around themes that affect and impact all of us. Our book pick of the month can be found through our social media (Facebook, Instagram, and monthly newsletter). For more information or to join the Social Justice Book Club contact list email: andrea@tiachucha.org

 

 

 

 

 

 


 


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