SHE SPEAKS WELLNESS: Changing of Seasons – A New Thing!

By Minister Sonya Hosey “Behold, I will do a new thing. Now it shall spring forth; Shall you not know it? I will make a road in the wilderness and rivers in the desert. Isaiah 43:19 In this scripture, we learn that God is telling his people to stop thinking about what has happened; do not keep going over old history. Old experiences. Old mindsets. … Continue reading SHE SPEAKS WELLNESS: Changing of Seasons – A New Thing!

New Issue Featuring Ebonie Trice

Welcome to Ujima’s last issue of the year. This issue features Ebonie Trice, the founder of Mission Accomplished. This young woman is doing her part to help our homeless population have the one thing that means a lot. Read about her journey to helping others and making a difference in her community. This issue has other stories about the act of kindness and celebrating the … Continue reading New Issue Featuring Ebonie Trice

The Comeback!

by Jacquie Johnson, Founder of Jacquie ooh Bouncing back! Rolling with it! Bending with it! The Comeback! I am sure we have all heard these phrases when facing adversity. We have all had to face some sort of trauma or significant stress in our lives. Whether it be with family and relationship problems, workplace, finances, our health, and most recently with the global pandemic, COVID-19.   … Continue reading The Comeback!

Feature: Blacks and Homelessness

Damita Miller-Shanklin Feature Story: Blacks and Homelessness Damita Miller-Shanklin Homelessness requires resilience especially when it is not by choice.  “At least 2,300 eviction filings were logged in total from April 2020 through December 2021, an average of just over 110 per month. However, 2,517 filings have been tracked so far in 2022—more than 50% of Travis County’s pandemic-era total in just three months.  Source: https://tinyurl.com/2vxafsm6Continue reading Feature: Blacks and Homelessness

Viewpoint: Changing of the Seasons

Damita Miller-Shanklin, Editor-in-Chief As I get older, it seems that timepasses so fast. Living in Texas, wedon’t always see the distinctchanging of the seasons. Buteventually, it will getcooler, the leaves will change colors,and you settle into that seasonaltime. There is a saying that changeis good. To me change equalsprogress. I find that the “change is good”attitude is a good one for manythings. Ujima just celebrated … Continue reading Viewpoint: Changing of the Seasons