UJIMA ROCHESTER / ATLANTA, INC

Uplifitng Our Your For The Future.

Youth & Family Development

Services that respond to the needs of youth and their families through cultural-trauma healing and improved social behaviors.

Social-Justice Programs

Reaching and educating at-risk youths. Impacting their participation in the justice system. Providing emergency service referrals for runaway or homeless youths.

Cultural-Trauma Healing

An academic approach to healing from past cultural-trauma, learning through historical reenactments, and improving our personal and professional relationships.

Anti-Racist Trainings

Ujima Rochester, Inc. is the anti-racism training provider of choice for the Western New York area. We offer different training series, as well as one-off workshops, that are tailored to the specific needs and questions of our clients. You can explore our full menu of offerings below.

Managing the Workplace through an Equitable Lens (Phase 1)

• Three, 2-hour leadership training sessions
• Topics include (but may not be limited to)
o Historical context on racism in the United States
o Overview on racism’s impact on BIPOC
o Participants’ personal mission and vision statements
o Interpersonal development
o Personal Shadows & Virtues: Implicit/Explicit bias, stereotypes, etc.
o Understanding general culture norms
o Developing an anti-racist environment

Pricing:
o For-profit/Corporate: Starts at $7,500
o Non-profit: 25+ people: $5,000
Fewer than 25 people: $2,500

Phase 2 Equity Leadership Training
• Three, 2-hour leadership training sessions intended for those who have either already participated in “Managing the Workplace through an Equitable Lens” or who are ready to delve deeper into applying this knowledge in the workplace.

Topics include (but may not be limited to)
o Developing a plan of inclusive culture for all employees (an “anti-racist environment”)
o Developing common equity language.
o Reviewing policies (e.g., staff handbook, client rights and responsibilities, etc.) and hiring practices
o Additional interpersonal work and healing group processes

Pricing:
o For-profit/Corporate: Starts at $7,500
o Non-profit:
 25+ people: $5,000
 Fewer than 25 people: $2,500

Racial Equity & Implicit Bias Workshop
• One 90-minute session. Topics include (but may not be limited to)
o Historical context on racism in the United States
o Overview of racism’s impact on BIPOC
o Implicit/Explicit Bias and stereotypes
o Understanding general culture norms
o Developing an anti-racist environment

Pricing:
o For-profit/Corporate
 25+ people: $100 / person
 Fewer than 25 people: $75 / person
o Non-profit
 25+ people: $45 / person
 Fewer than 25 people: $25 / person

LIMITED SCHOLARSHIPS MAY BE AVAILABLE 

•What is Socio-Cultural Trauma?

•Cultural trauma has been described through historical events such as the result of conditions forced upon African Americans during slavery and the decades of discrimination and oppression that followed (DeGruy-Leary, 2005).
•The implication is that cultural trauma, unlike physical or emotional trauma, represents a dramatic loss of identity and meaning that causes damage to the collective group’s social fabric (Eyerman, 2001) .
•How does one learn personal, social, cultural, ethnic, and collective identity? The socialization practices used to instill these aspects of self-worth may not be commonly shared by the parents or caregivers. Without intervention or “different” information, most parent can only raise their children from the same understanding that they, themselves were reared (Nyame, 2016).

Telling the Story of Transforming Trauma to Triumph.

One Man's Journey towards Healing.

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Afrikan World History Classes & Workshops

African World History Database

Afrikan World History Database.

The People’s Library is a Digital Multi-media Resource on

AFRICAN AND AFRICAN AMERICAN HISTORY. 

Currently over 7 TB (Terabytes) of Data 

If you can think of it, need to research it, or just want to learn it, it’s probably on here. 

Over 10 years of a community collective, collaboration. 

An invaluable resource for preserving History!! Ideal for Parents, Students, History Buffs, Teachers, Researchers, Sociologists, and Human Service Professionals.

Please call 770-765-5424 or email us at tryupliftingouryouth@gmail.com for more info about getting you history database.

Afrikan World History Classes & Workshops

ONLINE CLASSES

Dates to be Determined.

Class are organized using multi-media presentations, video clips, hand-outs, lecture, and group dialogue to accommodate all learning styles. 

Tuesdays 7:30pm – 9:00pm

REGISTRATION REQUIRED 

For More Info: 770-765-5424 or awh@tryupliftingouryouth.org / tryupliftingouryouth@gmail.com 

The Original African World History Class.

Classes will be returning soon. Class cycle is 16 weeks. Suggested ages are 10 - 90 yrs old.

“History is a clock that people use to tell their political and cultural time of day. It is also a compass that people use to find themselves on the map of human geography… The most important role that history plays is that it has the function of telling a people where they still must go and what they still must be.”

John H. Clarke

Our curriculum starts with theories on the origins of the Universe, and move through the evolution of the “living planet” called earth then chronicles the development of early man in prehistoric time. We document the birth of Modern man in Africa and highlight the history of Africa’s children from ancient times to the present. Join us as student or scholar, contribute too, and help critique our research.

The African World History class provides an ongoing experience of the contributions, achievements, Africans and African-Americans have made throughout history. The class uses the historical experiences of African peoples as insight to highlight the cultural values we share. It enables participants to experience a people rooted in great culture and tradition.

The curriculum taught in these classes will provide increased exposure to the positive contributions that Africans and African-Americans have made throughout history. The purpose of this cultural esteem curriculum is to facilitate the development of cultural awareness, critical thinking, and positive esteem by focusing on documenting and discussing aspects of Ourstory, culture, and socialization.