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This weekend, Saturday November 3rd, the East Austin Community Fall Festival will take place at the George Washington Carver Library. Come out and join the fun starting at 11:00am. The Founder, Shametra McGregor, has enlisted a great musical talent Kevin Sandbloom. Ujima had the opportunity to discuss his music. Check him out at the festival.… Read More Hey Y’all It’s Kevin Sandbloom!
I love to share stories of people in our community who make things happen. They see a need and the next thing you know a festival is born. I wanted to find out about the East Austin Community Festival and how Shametra McGregor is making it come together. Ujima Magazine was able to catch up… Read More [Edited] Meet the Organizer Of The East Austin Community Fall Festival on November 3rd
The New Issue of Ujima Is Out Today! Check It Out 🙂 You can pick up a copy in the next week! To Enlarge click the dot in the middle.
What’s rocking your Diaspora? Celebrating your culture, rocking your black pride, connecting with others who do it for the culture, in a positive environment, dancing, breaking bread and loving every moment of it. Africa Jamaica 🇯🇲 Trinidad Tobago 🇹🇹 Cuba 🇨🇺 Brazil 🇧🇷 United States 🇺🇸 Columbia France 🇫🇷 Venezuela 🇻🇪 Mexico 🇲🇽 Peru 🇵🇪… Read More Rock Your Diaspora!
Rose Smith (Coach Smith) birthed the idea of the Authentically East Austin Food Tour as a result of the work and legacy left behind by so many business owners and community advocates of these historic neighborhoods. Her father-in-law (Charles Smith Sr. – Founder of Blackland Neighborhood Association) was determined to fight the University of Texas’… Read More Authentically East Food Tour: Are You Ready?
Just a quick reminder that the digital issue of Ujima is out. Look for the print issue coming soon. Share the link with your friends and family! #ujimaatx #febmarissue #embraceyourcommunity, #staywoke #celebratingourvision Damita Miller-Shanklin Ujima