From the ages of Kings and Queens beyond time, we were woven with kingship. Tumultuous days of indifferences within the color of our skin we depicted life with domains of dignity. In the turmoil of days, our swag gave way to cultural diversity with intense words of articulations. Instead of waiting on their graves for us we showed them universal craftsmanship of black pride. Using … Continue reading OUR CULTURE OF BLACKNESS
What’s rocking your Diaspora? Celebrating your culture, rocking your black pride, connecting with others who do it for the culture, in a positive environment, dancing, breaking bread and loving every moment of it. Africa Jamaica 🇯🇲 Trinidad Tobago 🇹🇹 Cuba 🇨🇺 Brazil 🇧🇷 United States 🇺🇸 Columbia France 🇫🇷 Venezuela 🇻🇪 Mexico 🇲🇽 Peru 🇵🇪 Italy 🇮🇹 Canada 🇨🇦 United Kingdom 🇬🇧 Puerto Rico 🇵🇷 … Continue reading Rock Your Diaspora!
Check out the latest issue of Ujima! Look for the printed issue soon. #Ujima #UjimaAtx #newsmag #celebratingthevision #embraceyourcommunity #newsandinformation #staywoke #collectiveworkandresponsibility #ujimafebmar Damita Miller-Shanklin Ujima Continue reading Latest Issue of Ujima! Feb/March Issue
DIVERSI-TEA!–LUNCH AND LEARN CARVER MUSEUM TEA PARTY AND HAT FASHION SHOW BRING A FRIEND, MAKE NEW FRIENDS, AND WEAR YOUR FAVORITE HAT! The George Washington Carver Museum’s “DIVERSI”-TEA Luncheon and Hat Fashion Show was created to bring together Central Texans from every walk of life, every race, and every culture to have an open, and honest dialogue in a relaxed atmosphere, while enjoying an entertaining and … Continue reading “DIVERSI”-TEA Luncheon and Hat Fashion Show
For many young professionals, going from work to glam isn’t easy. But don’t worry though— Avonda Turner has got you covered. Turner tells theGrio.com she really felt the need to upgrade her wardrobe when she started her professional career. Her first thought was to purchase statement jewelry to add a pop to her look, but she couldn’t afford the pieces she liked. That’s when the concept for ERIN/ANDERSON … Continue reading Avonda Turner is helping women go from desk to dinner with one simple step