Chaplain Clementina Chéry
Joins the Ujima Good Business Alliance.
Eastie Farm is a grassroots effort to foster spaces for growing food, building community, and caring for our natural world. The farm owns two sites and operates five others.
This April, Ujima invites you to practice community care. Through a series of curated workshops, lectures, and circles, we'll dive into the ways in which we can build stronger, more inclusive care systems for ourselves and our communities.
Check out our latest episode
featuring Kush Groove!
Through May 2023
Arts & Cultural Organizing Fellow Shantel Miller to lead an immersive three-part workshop series about figurative painting and building an art-making practice.
Ruby Reyes reflects on how a trust fund changed how she viewed estate planning in her Latiné family
Curious about where we are in our investment process?
Painting by Ujima's 2022-24 Arts & Cultural Organizing Fellow Shantel Miller
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For Boston residents who identify as working-class or POC who wish to have decision-making power.
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