From our archives January 2009 Kai Dupe has been a supporter of Ujima Magazine from the beginning. He wrote a story for us monthly that focused on technology. Kai is very passionate about technology but he is specifically passionate about Blacks in Technology. His message is we need to look to the next generation to do more than just use their phone and computers to … Continue reading Kai Dupe
Well, the 2016 Olympic games are over. Done. Finished. I watched as the flag held by Simone Biles walk down the isle for the last time. I really got into the games this time This around. I watched everything from swimming, gymnastics and track, which grew to be my favorite sport to watch. This week I have felt loss. So I asked myself what will … Continue reading Good-Bye Rio. What Will We Do Now?
Hey, friends we thought we would share some photos of the KAZI radio fundraiser we attended this past weekend. It was fun and it was for a good cause. If you want to make a donation to the station, you can visit the website at http://www.kazifm.org. #kazifm #ujima2016 #ujimaaroundtown #fundraiser #ujimamagazine #onlinemagazine #magazinelife #wednesdayshoutout #communityatx Damita Miller-Shanklin Continue reading Ujima Around Town
I ask myself today am I getting too old to keep up with social media? When the question came across my thoughts I was a bit surprised. I have been able to keep up fairly well with new trending apps and navigated enough for me to use it properly. I have intentionally stayed away from Snapchat because I could not wrap my brain around it … Continue reading Will This Social Media Rollercoaster Ever Stop?
Getting ready for school can be challenging. It is more than getting the right clothes and shoes it includes getting the list of school supplies. When I attended school the list for school supplies were short. It consisted of spirals, number 2 pencils, black pens, Elmer’s glue, ruler and a protractor. This is all I remember. Simple right? Well now the list are a bit … Continue reading Cost-Cutting Ideas for Back To School Shopping