She Speaks Wellness: Women’s Empowerment: Room to Grow

Contributing Writer, Minister Sonya Hosey, Ordained Clergy If you’re one of those people who have a little voice in the back of your mind, saying, maybe I can do________ (fill in the blank), don’t tell it to be quiet, give it a room to grow, and try to find an environment to grow in.” Reese Witherspoon I am confident we have a desire to be … Continue reading She Speaks Wellness: Women’s Empowerment: Room to Grow

March Feature: Dr. Monica “Moe” Anderson

A Speaker, Author, and Advocate My Life Is My Testimony Damita Miller-Shanklin I caught up with Dr. Monica “Moe” Anderson to discuss her business and empower others to be their best every day. I enjoyed our conversation because she is a fun person to talk with, especially about her business and what she does. Anderson is a Dentist, Author, Speaker, and Advocate.  The business that … Continue reading March Feature: Dr. Monica “Moe” Anderson

Soul Food for the Soul

Damita Miller-Shanklin We are all aware that healthy eating is the trend today. I believe in healthy eating and I know it’s the right choice. But I like Soul Food!! Most Black families feast on Soul Food when families gather or on special occasions. I remember having soul food for dinner. When I think of our Black History, I always think of good Soul Food. … Continue reading Soul Food for the Soul

Beauty and Lifestyle-“Me, A Black Woman! I’m Proud.”

By Contributing Writer Jacquie Parish To be a black woman to me means you’re confident in the skin you were born in and never feel like you’re not capable of the same opportunities as someone else. Not to ever second guess yourself, and to never let yourself wish your melanin away! Even though history and society have always worked against us in many ways, it’s … Continue reading Beauty and Lifestyle-“Me, A Black Woman! I’m Proud.”

Community Feature: Paige Duggins-Clay

Ujima is introducing a young woman who worked for us as an intern. She is now a lawyer. We are familiar with criminal and defense lawyers and lawyers in general that handle many different issues. Paige Duggins-Clay uses her legal career to advocate for equity in education and civil rights that impact our Black Community. When you were growing up, what did you want to … Continue reading Community Feature: Paige Duggins-Clay