Ujima Fund

The Boston Ujima Fund is a new vehicle, supported by the Center for Economic Democracy, that aims to restore local economies, focusing on working class residents in communities of color. The model includes providing finance and technical assistance, but that’s not what’s exciting about Ujima. Rather, Ujima adds layers of participatory governance into the ecosystem, giving voice to workers, activists, community leaders, faith organizations, small businesses and other stakeholders. Today, I invested in Ujima Fund, because I’m excited about the idea and curious about where it will lead.

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