Biannual magazine SALIMA tackles art and culture with an intersectional feminist perspective, meaning they center the voices of Black people; Indigenous people; people of color; queer, trans or nonbinary individuals; and those with low incomes or disabilities. To that end, their magazine is pay what you can, and they offer issues in three different price points ($18, $28 and $48) to be accessible for those with less funds and provide ways for those with extra income to help cover the cost of someone else. In their second issue, the magazine found contributors who are 19 or younger to meditate on the theme of unplugging. Reports from TikTok, an interview with all-girl punk rock band The Linda Lindas, poetry and an insightful essay about emotional disconnection are just some of the critical work that constitutes this sophomore release.
SALIMA Issue 02: Unplugging