Our first issue of 2023 is here. You don’t want to miss our feature story with Lily Shepard of Lily Shepard Moves. She talks about getting back to who we are as a women. It’s all about Self-Discovery. You will also find other stories that deal with renewal, healing and rejuvenation. Enjoy the read. Please share the issue link with your friends and family. Thanks. … Continue reading New Issue: Lily Shepard Moves: It’s All About Self-Discovery
by Damita Miller-Shanklin This issue is our final issue of the year 2022. This November/December issue is about the Act of Kindness and looking ahead to 2023. Ujima introduces you to Ebonie Trice. Her story is a genuine act of kindness and she talks about her mission to assist the homeless population in Austin and what she is doing to solve the most needed service … Continue reading Ebonie Trice: Mission Accomplished
Ujima Magazine would like to introduce Madelyn Patterson. She has joined the Ujima staff as our Marketing Director. She comes to us with many years of experience in sales. We are happy she has join our team and will reach entrepreneurs who want to take their business to the next level. You can reach Madelyn at email@example.com. She is ready to work with you. Ujima … Continue reading Madelyn Patterson: Ujima’s Marketing Director
Damita Miller-Shanklin Reading should start early. Growing up my mom read to me every night. She did not like Green Eggs and Ham by Dr. Seuss because I would ask her to read it almost every night. This is a fond memory for me. This is where Author Aaris Epps enters the story. Since she was a kid, she has always been a big reader, … Continue reading Meet Author Aaris Epps
By Damita Miller-Shanklin Do you remember a song titled “The Futures So Bright. I Gotta Wear Shades” by Timbuktu 3? When I sat down to write about the new year that song came to mind. Why? Because I worry about the future. This year of 2022 has seen a lot of changes — Women’s Rights, the Insurrection, and so much more. However, our Black communities … Continue reading When You Look at the New Year-Are You Ready?