The Golden Globes took place last night and we say congratulations to all the award winners, but the fashion is what is all the buzz. Ujima has cast their vote for the our favorite gowns of the evening. As I look at our choices, I realize the simple, minimal looks seem to get our highest vote. What was your favorite gown last night? There was … Continue reading What Is Your Favorite Gown?
I was introduced to Maurice “Mo” Moore by our mutual friend Melinda Taylor. I was excited to speak with him because I love movies and television. So we sat down and spoke about his career as an actor, writer/producer and teacher. UM: Thanks for taking time out of your busy schedule to meet with me. Let’s get started by you telling me who is Maurice? … Continue reading Meet Maurice Moore Lights. Camera. Action.
Have you ever spoke with someone you had never met, but you felt comfortable? This is how I felt when I spoke with Mr. Wendell James of Raising Whitley. We had a fun but informative talk. This is my conversation with Wendell. UM: You were born in Ohio. What took you to LA? WJ: I left home when I was 16 years old. Some would … Continue reading A Conversation with Wendell James
My name is Olushola Anyi, I am from the United States (Austin, Texas). I enjoy writing about interesting individuals, so today I has the pleasure of interviewing Chrisford Chayera who is from Lilongwe,Malawi. I haven’t physically met Chrisford in person but as I was browsing for a location for some of my products I ran across some of his artwork and I was just so … Continue reading An Interview with Artist Chrisford Chayera
What a great performance I witnessed last night! The show was magnificent! I’ve seen this play approximately 7 times over the years. This recent showing blew me away. Each year the cast, writing and production gets better in all phases. I’m proud to say that all participating cast members have grown and elevated this uplifting and motivating play to higher heights. The Who I Am; … Continue reading [New Post] From Portland To Austin~ Who I Am; Celebrating Me. A Black History Production