What Will They Remember?

Mary Linnen, Editor Active Living Being that it’s Black History Month a lot of people are talking about the legacy and the advice they want to leave to their children and grandchildren.  I try to share this on a regular basis. Having a relationship with your grandchildren starts when they are little babies. When you use the word legacy, most people relate that to houses, … Continue reading What Will They Remember?

She Speaks Wellness

By Minister Sonya Hosey There is continuing to be an exchange of views about faith, the black community, and mental well being. Some in the faith community ask why we only talk about African Americans when the church should focus on all people? I agree. We are all citizens of the Kingdom of God, and believe in God the Father, Jesus Christ as the Son … Continue reading She Speaks Wellness

New Issue: Lily Shepard Moves: It’s All About Self-Discovery

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

Madelyn Patterson: Ujima’s Marketing Director

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 ujimamagazineads@gmail.com. She is ready to work with you. Ujima … Continue reading Madelyn Patterson: Ujima’s Marketing Director

When You Look at the New Year-Are You Ready?

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?