Ujima works with key stakeholders across the county to conduct meaningful and impactful research that addresses race, class, quality of victim services, offender accountability and system accountability. This research is used to inform future advocacy in support of the Black community.
Our research teams analyze trends in violence within the Black community, identifies gaps in services and synthesizes findings to keep the organization abreast of happenings nationwide. Research is critical to reform.
Researchers also utilize information gathered during listening sessions to develop national reports on the state of violence in the Black Community and how to address it in a culturally relevant and competent way.