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Juanda Alexander (r) of Juanda’s Hattitude sets up her hat display at Ujamaa Bazaar, with help from her daughter Shonna Alexander.

Juanda Alexander (r) of Juanda’s Hattitude sets up her hat display at Ujamaa Bazaar, with help from her daughter Shonna Alexander.

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Dorchester pop-up market features community vendors

The Ujamaa Bazaar, a pop-up market organized by the Black Economic Justice Institute, Inc., will be open every Saturday this month from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the large hall at 61 Columbia Road in Dorchester. BEJI recently moved its headquarters into the lower floor of the building, which is home to the Massachusetts Association of Minority Law Enforcement Officers, Inc. (MAMLEO).