Resource for Finding Baby Formula

Provided by City of Austin Communications Additional information is available here.   APH Resources   Mom’s Place Lactation Support Center operates as a clinic and training center where mothers can receive breastfeeding assistance from registered nurses and lactation consultants. Appointments can be made by calling 512-972-6700, and a toll-free breastfeeding hotline can be reached by calling 1-800-514-6667.   Family Connects works to support families after the birth of a newborn. Nurses … Continue reading Resource for Finding Baby Formula

Edie Phillips

The Housing War and How It Impacts our Black Community Damita Miller-Shanklin Edie Phillips is a Licensed Real Estate Professional. Her career path into Real Estate has been a good one. Phillips came to Austin to attend St. Edwards University. This was a happy medium for her mother as to what college she would attend. Her mother felt SMU in Dallas was too far. Phillps … Continue reading Edie Phillips

Spring Clean Your Skin

Jacquie Parish, Contributing Writer IS THERE SUCH A THING AS SPRING CLEANING YOUR SKIN? Could your skin use a spring cleaning? When the weather changes, your skincare routine should too. Spring is the perfect time to change up your skincare routine. We have compiled 6 of our favorite things to do to get our skin ready for the spring! 1. Exfoliate weekly It’s a great idea to exfoliate weekly but don’t overdo it. … Continue reading Spring Clean Your Skin

Remembering Medgar Evers

Source: Naacp.org Medgar Evers Activist and Educator Throughout his short life, Medgar Evers heroically spoke out against racism in the deeply divided South. He fought against cruel Jim Crow laws, protested segregation in education, and launched an investigation into the Emmett Till lynching. In addition to playing a role in the civil rights movement, he served as the NAACP’s first field officer in Mississippi. Evers … Continue reading Remembering Medgar Evers

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