Event - Visioning Power and Safety for Our Communities: A Creative Healing Session

Visioning Power and Safety for Our Communities: A Creative Healing Session

09.19.21, 1:00 pm

Illustration credit: Eman Wasef

“What would the world look like, smell like, taste like, sound like, and feel like if ALL women were safe and could step into their power?”


Malikah is currently working with Queens Museum as a Year of Uncertainty Community Partner to work on a community based project. Malikah will be working with a local artist and community members to create a collaborative mural based on their visioning question above. 


Join us for a creative healing session that will help the artist create a design for the eventual mural. More importantly, we will use drawing, writing, our imaginations, and conversation to discuss what a world with justice would look like! There is also a possibility that your responses would be featured on Malikah’s social media and/or in Queens Museum’s digital platform or gallery space.


This event is open to all women and gender expansive people, and will intentionally center the experiences of Black, Indigenous, and people of color.


Admission to the museum is free. RSVP is required at this link.


In compliance with the New York City ‘Key to NY’ COVID-19 vaccination mandate, all visitors over the age of 12 are required to show proof of vaccination against COVID-19 as well as a valid I.D. in order to enter the Queens Museum. This measure, alongside mandatory mask wearing, helps us create a safe environment for staff and visitors by reducing the risk of COVID-19 exposure. Click here for more information.


If you have any questions, please reach out to movement@malikah.org


Malikah is a global collective of women and nonibinary people committed to building safety and power for ourselves and our communities. Over the past ten years, we have conducted healing spaces and trained over 20,000 people in twenty cities across the globe in self-defense, economic empowerment, and organizing. Together, we are building a global grassroots movement.