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Founded in 1970, Ujima is a student-run/student-coordinated dance troupe that focuses on expression through movement. The term Ujima is one of the seven Kwanzaa principles meaning collective work and responsibility and the group operates with these tenets in mind. An organization of the Afro-American society, its repertoire includes modern dance, jazz, African dance, hip-hop and ballet; however, Ujima now primarily focuses on hip-hop dance. Ujima performs at many venues both off- and on-campus so for further information feel free to blitz the account at Ujima.

 

 

Members:

Class of 2008
Austin Willis
Erica Bamgbopa
Jeffrey Coleman
Chad Joseph
Renee Smith
Erika White
Anna Swanson
William Martin

Class of 2009
Donna Dei-Baning
Cinnamon Spear
Mikaela Elam
Marika Austin

Class of 2010
Nichole Davis
Deja Kemp
Concetta Lowery
Rufaro Makanda
Yung-Jae Chen
Muhammed S. Abdul-Shakoor
Sophia Green
Ingrid Liu
Nichole Johns

Class of 2011
John Albert
Ayana Christie
Aryana Jacobs
Shayla Mars
Catherine Miller
Joyce Njoroge
Melissa Smith

Practice Times: Mondays & Thursdays 8-10 PM and Saturdays from 1-3 PM