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An Audience with KIZZY MORRELL and her band: Thurs 17th April

Posted by on Apr 10, 2014 in Events, top 3 | Comments Off on An Audience with KIZZY MORRELL and her band: Thurs 17th April

Tweet Ujima 98FM are proud to support Kizzy Morrell’s first live performance back in Bristol with her new band, bringing you a bit of Blues & Soul with Special Guests. Thursday 17th April @ The Square Bar, 15 Berkeley Square, Clifton, BS8 1HB from 7pm -12pm Entry £5...

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External Relations Manager

Posted by on Apr 8, 2014 in top 3 | Comments Off on External Relations Manager

Tweet Ujima Radio CIC – External Relations Manager Ujima Radio CIC is expanding its operations and is seeking an experienced  external relations manager to develop the station’s existing partnerships, develop further partnerships and build the station’s profile amongst the wider Bristol community and beyond. The successful candidate must be a team player who has a strong and demonstrable track record in the following areas: Stakeholder Management Partnership Building Sponsorship and Revenue generation Training and Development Need a local plumber Bristol? call now for all plumbing related work. The successful candidate must be confident, trustworthy and reliable. He or she must be a professional who is both media savvy and has the  ability to work with, and across all communities from senior business and political contacts to disadvantaged and marginalised youth. Please apply with a no more than 600 word...

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An Audience with KIZZY MORRELL and her band: Thurs 17th April

Posted by on Apr 3, 2014 in top 3 | Comments Off on An Audience with KIZZY MORRELL and her band: Thurs 17th April

Tweet Ujima 98FM are proud to support Kizzy Morrell’s first live performance back in Bristol with her new band, bringing you a bit of Blues & Soul with Special Guests. Thursday 17th April @ The Square Bar, 15 Berkeley Square, Clifton, BS8 1HB from 7pm -12pm Entry £5...

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Mama Africa

Posted by on Feb 14, 2014 in top 3, Uncategorized | Comments Off on Mama Africa

Tweet Ujima are proud to share the good work Rubba Stephenson with funding from the Arts Council has been doing to take the work of Black History Month even further. Mama Africa is a project developed to provide schools with a unique support package for Black History Month. BHM is often rolled out by schools without a real grounding in the richness of African History, and teachers tend to present the same package each year, often focusing on the prominent American Civil Rights figures or the general history of the slave trade. Mama Africa seeks to provide a new way for schools to look at African History, through the arts, by providing a series of African Dance workshops married to a research project that looks at African History. The research project engages the children in a search for information...

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