Founded in 2004 by Tanya Parker, Unity in Action’s mission is to use the the power of media to create lasting positive change, through a grassroots effort to address the root cause to socio-economic issues, and work toward sustainable solutions that support a more equitable society. 


More than a magazine, we believe that real-change begins with meeting the targeted community where they are and build a Human-Centered Solution Model that works to amplify the citizen voice. 


To that end, we also offer workshops, strategic development, consulting, content development and advertising, all in the name of promoting positivity and community wellness.  


We have been honored to be part of the solution, from our initiative to deliver STEAM TRAINING to 40 students; to our work with the University of Illinois COVID-19 CU Let's Rise Campaign.

How We Work:

Social Service agency

We can support your community engagement and outreach efforts. 


We need you to share your expertise.  Join our

Community of Experts.

Community Member

We want to be there for you.  Share your voice, solutions, and stories on issues that affect you, your family and community. 


We make talking with us easy.  Just get in touch!


We provide

cause marketing and diversity training 

opportunities that show the community you care. 

We give a % of each advertisement to support community programs.


Ask how to participate or intern.

Our Collaborations:

- UCIMC-Books to Prisoners "Healing Inside and Out" Program works to address recidivism.

- Future Journalist of America Youth Program training our youth for tomorrow.

-MediArTech Youth Media Program

- The Odyssey Project at the University of Illinois at           Urbana-Champaign 

- STEM Illinois The Nobel Project 



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