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!
October 2022 Issue This issue of Ujima Magazine is about the change of seasons and being resilient. We ask the question about how to help our homeless in Austin, Texas. This is a conversation we need to have especially with black women and their children. How do you think we should address the homeless population? Ujima Magazine Continue reading What Can We Do About Homelessness?
Jacqueline Johnson, Creator of Jacquie Ooh The saying life is but a vapor is so true. One minute you are here and the next you’re not. No one knows what tomorrow will bring. Therefore, it is important to celebrate life while we breathe in our bodies. We should celebrate milestones such as graduations, birthdays, anniversaries, and other special occasions. These things represent continuity and growth, … Continue reading Beauty and Lifestyle: Celebrations, The Universal Language
Ujima Magazine is celebrating 14 years of storytelling, sharing stories of people making a difference in our Black community and ensuring our history lives on for years to come!! Celebrate with us by sharing the link with your friends and family members. We are looking forward to sharing more “everyday heroes” with you. Thanks for your continued support. We appreciate you. Damita Miller-Shanklin Editor-in-Chief Continue reading Happy Anniversary Ujima Magazine
By Jacqueline Johnson, creator of Jacquie ooh Black women have historically been subjected to marginalization in movements that should address our needs, leaving us without a movement and a voice. Despite well-publicized research on gender in corporate America and communities, there’s a conspicuous lack of data that focuses on challenges faced by Black women. These challenges are not small or insignificant. Black women need advancement and support. We are … Continue reading You’re Welcome to Take a Seat at the Roundtable