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Ujima Launches Fortunately Magazine, Redefining Lifestyle Journalism




Boston, MA - It is with great excitement and joy that Boston Ujima Project announces the official launch of Ujima's second-ever publication, Fortunately.


Fortunately Magazine is a post-capitalist lifestyle magazine centered around arts, culture and economic democracy. Issue 0: The Pro-Testing Print considers iteration, reflection, daydreaming, and re/vision as sites of radical potentiality and luxurious practice. Read the first issue online now.

Across the pages of Issue 0, Fortunately readers brings together an array of perspectives:

  • SAMSØN Projects’s Camilo Alvarez engages in a thought-provoking conversation about art market futures with writer Alula Hunsen.

  • Economist Francisco Perez meditates on the symbiotic possibilities of solidarity and arts economies.

  • MOLD Magazine editor LinYee Yuan reflects on community economics and the future of food.

  • Veteran organizer Rosalba Solis and viento izquierdo ugaz explore Indigenous cosmovisions, music, and grassroots organizing.

  • The UnBound Bodies Collective engages in a conversation with Cy X about the erotics of care.


Additional features include Resonate.Coop’s director brandon king and artist-educator Fei Liu, as well as poet Porsha Olayiwola, painter Shantel Miller, organizer mai ishikawa sutton, and Small Format, a Providence-based, queer-run cafe and bar.


This is was organized by Cierra Peters and Mark A Hernandez, with photography by Mona Layne and Keith Robitaille; Corinne Butta, Kate Silzer, and Mira Dayal serve as editors; and Jada Akoto and Zoë Pulley as graphic designers. The Advisory Circle includes Caroline Woolard, Jameson Johnson, LinYee Yuan, Nati Linares, and Nia K. Evans.


About Fortunately Magazine

Fortunately Magazine is a print and online publication that redefines the norms of lifestyle journalism, exploring the intersections of art, culture, and economic democracy. Published by Boston Ujima Project, Fortunately Magazine emerges as a catalyst for conversations around post-capitalist living, providing a platform for voices that challenge the status quo.  Fortunately Magazine can be found online at www.fortunately.us


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