Damita Miller-Shanklin, Editor-in-Chief
As I get older, it seems that time
passes so fast. Living in Texas, we
don’t always see the distinct
changing of the seasons. But
eventually, it will get
cooler, the leaves will change colors,
and you settle into that seasonal
time. There is a saying that change
is good. To me change equals
I find that the “change is good”
attitude is a good one for many
things. Ujima just celebrated 14
years, so now we are looking ahead
for changes that will keep us
growing and engaging our readers.
As the Editor-in-Chief, I have to
prepare myself for the change of the
season but also for the staff and
volunteers that are a part of what
we do. The mission will not change
but the delivery and the product you read every month will change-
no matter how small or large.
This is called growth. The harvest years of
learning our place in our
community and the continued
commitment to serving our readers.
The harvest of change has
Where have you decided
to grow and be committed?