Mohandas Jones is the founder of G3 a Community Organization. For more information, you can visit http://www.g3trinity.com. If you are interested in supporting this fundraiser, please reach out through the website. #g3, #mohandasjones, #kickball, #toyfundraiser, #homelesschildren, #ujimamagazine, #ujimaatx, #austintexas #digitalmagazine, #communitymagazine, #givingback Continue reading G3 1st Annual Cancer Kickball Game and Toy Fundraiser
Summer has arrived and children are out of school. What will they do with all the time on their hands? Here are a few ideas you may consider to keep your little ones enjoying fun, learning new things and meeting new people. The Austin Zoo- This is a wonderful place to explore and enjoy all the animals. Check out their summer programs and their … Continue reading Fun Summer Fun for Your Children
From our archives January 2009 Kai Dupe has been a supporter of Ujima Magazine from the beginning. He wrote a story for us monthly that focused on technology. Kai is very passionate about technology but he is specifically passionate about Blacks in Technology. His message is we need to look to the next generation to do more than just use their phone and computers to … Continue reading Kai Dupe
Living with Sickle Cell What is Sickle Cell? Sickle cell disease is an inherited life-threatening blood disorder that affects the red blood cells. These sickled cells carry less oxygen to parts of the body and when these misshaped cells are clumped together causes pain crisis. It affects African Americans, Hispanics, and many more ethnic groups. Sickle cell disease is quietly devastating. Its symptoms can occur in any part … Continue reading Sickle Cell Month
Back to school is right around the corner. Everyone is shopping and getting their clothes, supplies, and food choices ready for the first day. I really don’t know how the lunch at school these days go but when I was coming up you could take your lunch, which I did most days, except when they had pizza or burgers. I loved the bread rolls anytime. … Continue reading What’s For Lunch?