Taking its name from a long-time Women’s Center for Creative Work employee with impeccable style, a contagiously fun personality, and a practice of deep care for everyone around her, SALIMA is the intersectional feminist magazine we need in our life! SALIMA is made by and for Black, Indigenous, people of color, queer, trans, nonbinary, low-income, folks living with disabilities, and all those most affected by–and working to take down–the white supremacist, capitalist, colonialist, ableist, cis-hetero patriarchy.
SALIMA is a place of refuge and inspiration where these perspectives are empowered, celebrated, and invested in. SALIMA works to reshape creative conversations and critical dialogue, circulating tools & ideas to help us imagine ourselves beyond isolation & scarcity thinking and towards abundance, connection, collaboration, and care. We see this offering as one more WCCW platform that supports creative production and the redistribution of resources throughout our interconnected network, all while making stylish, thoughtful, and revolutionary content available to a much wider audience.
Toni Cade Bambara said that the role of the artist is to make the revolution irresistible -- SALIMA is our enticing offering to the revolution.
If you would like to manage your WCCW account (i.e., view and print donation history, update profile, etc.), please create a login name and password below. Your password must be at least eight characters long, and contain at least one number.