Happy Holidays Everyone! The new issue of Ujima is out! You will be able to pick up your copy around town next week. But in the meantime, if you want to get a jump start on what’s happening, check out the digital issue today!!!!
Waller Creek Conservancy announces the return of Creek Show taking place November 10-18, 2017. Free and open to the public, explore six luminescent, site-specific art installations along Waller Creek between 5th and 8th Streets, all created by local talent. Celebrate Austin Art Month Friday, November 10, with the public opening of the show including a… Read More WALLER CREEK CONSERVANCY ANNOUNCES CREEK SHOW 2017 PROGRAMMING AND ARTISTS Six Austin-Based Design Teams Light Up the Night November 10-18
What started out as the question, “Why is there tension between long time East Austin neighbors and newcomers?” was born the idea for the East Austin Community Festival. Now in its fourth year, event organizers see the necessity of neighbors coming together and building positive relationships. The festival is free and will be held on… Read More Uniting the East Austin Community Through Giving Fourth Annual Free East Austin Community Festival Held Saturday, Nov. 4
You can read the lastest issue of Ujima now! Look for the printed copies next week in your neighborhood!!! Damita Miller-Shanklin Publisher
DIVERSI-TEA!–LUNCH AND LEARN CARVER MUSEUM TEA PARTY AND HAT FASHION SHOW BRING A FRIEND, MAKE NEW FRIENDS, AND WEAR YOUR FAVORITE HAT! The George Washington Carver Museum’s “DIVERSI”-TEA Luncheon and Hat Fashion Show was created to bring together Central Texans from every walk of life, every race, and every culture to have an open, and honest… Read More “DIVERSI”-TEA Luncheon and Hat Fashion Show
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If you are a person who wears and loves makeup, you may find this story of interest. Check out these two business women who created Mented for all skin tones. When it comes to beauty, Kristen “KJ” Miller and Amanda E. Johnson refuse to settle. In September 2015, the two friends and former Harvard Business School classmates… Read More [News] These black women entrepreneurs are showing love to all skin tones with ‘Mented’