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Sometimes having a job just isn’t enough. Welcome to the Moonlighters' Club where we interview employees who lead double lives as entrepreneurs.
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Sep 1, 2022

Ujima has teamed up with the Moonlighters' Club and Ujima's Business Support Member Team to produce a new podcast: Yours, Mine, and Ours!

"Yours, Mine, and Ours" spotlights the businesses of Ujima's Good Business Alliance, created for the community, by the community, with a special emphasis on Ujima's good business standards. In this episode, host Joel Edwards chats with Nia Grace and Turahn Dorsey of Jazz Urbane Cafe.

Jazz Urbane Cafe is a new arts and restaurant venture planned to launch soon in Boston’s Nubian Square neighborhood. This space will be an urban arts venue that spotlights local and national artists who define and celebrate the diverse cultural traditions that make Boston a unique and global city. Check out this episode for the story behind the music, and what Jazz Urbane hopes for a more joyous and creative Boston.

Learn more at: www.jazzurbanecafe.com

Aug 3, 2022

Ujima has teamed up with the Moonlighters' Club and Ujima's Business Support Member Team to produce a new podcast: Yours, Mine, and Ours! "Yours, Mine, and Ours" spotlights the businesses of Ujima's Good Business Alliance, created for the community, by the community, with a special emphasis on Ujima's good business standards.

In this episode, host Joel Edwards chats with Kai Grant, the founder of Black Market Nubian. This eclectic marketplace is widely accepted as one of Boston’s premiere spaces to gather, meet and shop, understanding the need for micro-business founders to develop the business acumen and literacy needed to move towards sustainability.

In its five year span, it has hosted over 81 marketplaces, 64 events, 3 festivals, 3 teach-ins, 4 health and wellness classes with over 300 vendors and 30,000 estimated visitors. Check out this episode for a deeper look at Black Market’s journey to become a hub for Black cultural and economic vibrancy in the city. Learn more at blackmarketnubian.com.

Mar 8, 2022
Ujima has teamed up with the Moonlighters' Club and Ujima's Business Support Member Team to produce a new podcast: Yours, Mine, and Ours!

"Yours, Mine, and Ours" spotlights the businesses of Ujima's Good Business Alliance, created for the community, by the community, with a special emphasis on Ujima's good business standards.

In 2019, Ujima members voted to invest $100,000 in CERO Cooperative, an award-winning worker-owned commercial composting company based out of Dorchester, MA. In this episode, host Joel Edwards sits down with Lor Holmes, Founder and Operations Manager, who leads venture development and capitalization strategies for CERO.

Feb 8, 2022

Ujima has teamed up with the Moonlighters' Club and Ujima's Business Support Member Team to produce a new podcast: Yours, Mine, and Ours!

"Yours, Mine, and Ours" spotlights the businesses of Ujima's Good Business Alliance, created for the community, by the community, with a special emphasis on Ujima's good business standards.

In this episode, host Joel Edwards sits down with Apolo Catala, who serves as a Board Member for the Dorchester Food Coop: a grassroots initiative to build a community & worker-owned grocery store that makes healthy food accessible and advances economic opportunity.

Take a listen to hear about Dorchester Food Coop’s journey, how they engage members, and bring fresh, healthy food to the variety of cultural, racial, and socio-economic groups in Boston.

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