Event - Malikah’s 6th annual National Muslim Women’s Summit

Malikah’s 6th annual National Muslim Women’s Summit

03.26.22, 11:00 am

Malikah‘s sixth annual National Muslim Women’s Summit is a two-day conference packed with empowering workshops for community members in self defense, healing justice, organizing, financial literacy and much more. The summit is open to all Muslim women and gender expansive people.


In today’s climate of Islamophobia, xenophobia, racism, sexism, and other forms of hate, Muslim women are more vulnerable than ever. Yet we also have more tools than ever before to organize, strategize, and build power in, for, and with our communities. As a global, grassroots organization, Malikah commits to building power and safety for all women and gender marginalized people. Inspired by the brilliance and vision of the Muslim women who founded the organization and run its programs, the annual summit offers a key annual opportunity for Malikah to develop, connect, and support young Muslims driving change for gender justice.


Day 1 of this year’s summit will take place at Queens Museum on Saturday, March 26th. Day 2 will be virtual on Sunday March 27th. Each day has a different line up of exciting events! Please note that this is a ticketed event. You can see the full agenda at bit.ly/nmws-agenda.


Malikah is committed to making sure this professional development opportunity is available to all regardless of financial status and offers multiple donation-based ticket options. Please feel free to reach out to movement@malikah.org if you need to request a scholarship ticket, if you or your organization is interested in sponsoring tickets to the summit, or to request any access accommodations.


Please note that proof of Covid vaccination and ID is required for entry to the museum, along with mandatory mask-wearing. More info about our visitor guidelines here.


Malikah is a collective of women and nonbinary trainers, organizers and facilitators dedicated to building power for ourselves and our communities through self defense, healing justice, organizing, and financial literacy. We facilitate, train and organize locally and are connected globally, from London and Frankfurt to Greensboro and Brooklyn, our vision is to build a world where all women and nonbinary bodies are safe and can step into their power. Since 2010, we’ve reached over 20,000 individuals across the globe through programming and our train the trainer model. Our work intends to center the experiences and leadership of Black and brown gender marginalized people. Those who are impacted by various intersections of oppression are the north star of our movement.