UMOJA MAGAZINE ASKS THE DIASPORA’S “NEXT GENERATION OF LEADERS”: WHERE DO WE GO FROM HERE?
PHILADELPHIA, PA (USA) – 20 September 2021 – Souls of African descent from ages 18 through 25 are the Diaspora’s “Next Generation Of Leaders”. What are their concerns? What are the most challenging aspects of their lives? What is the vision they have for their future, their community’s future, and the future of the world they will inherit when their Elders pass the baton of leadership to them? How will they create and nurture fully functional and sustainable family units, economically vibrant and self-sufficient communities, and a peaceful world? Where do we go from here?
UMOJA Magazine was founded in 1968 by Queen Mother Falaka Fattah. It is published quarterly by the House of Umoja, Inc. (www.houseofumoja.net), an internationally acclaimed organization which has a fifty-three year successful track record in positively transforming the lives of adolescent male youths, is asking the Diaspora’s “Next Generation Of Leaders” – souls from the ages of 18 through 25 – to provide their community with a blueprint for the future. The publication has issued a “Call For Submissions” for its “Where Do We Go From Here?” Youth Edition which will be released on 1 January 2022, the last day of Kwanzaa – Imani – and the first day of the New Year.
Submissions for the “Where Do We Go From Here?” Youth Edition of UMOJA Magazine should be forwarded by writers from 18 through 25 years of age on or by 30 November 2021 by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. A panel of judges will be convened to select the best article and the writer of the best article will be the recipient of a scholarship. In addition to writers UMOJA Magazine is searching for panelists to review incoming articles and select the best articles and sponsors to contribute to the scholarship that will be awarded to the winner of the best article which will be published in the “Where Do We Go From Here?” Youth Edition of UMOJA Magazine.
For further information about the House of Umoja, Inc., call (215) 473-5893, send an e-mail to: email@example.com, or visit the organization’s website at www.houseofumoja.net.
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