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Breakfast Television's Sid Seixeiro sits with Dr. Roz  Roach to discuss Sistas Calling,  ahead of its stage premiere at Aga Khan Museum!


A “Victory Speaks” conversation live with Nicole Waldron and Dr. Roz Roach, the Founder and Executive Director of Dr. Roz's Healing Place who has conceptualized, created and produced the new production SISTAS CALLING!


A Supreme Leadership Summit Spotlight with Rachel Abah, featuring the fearless philanthropist, and advocate for the empowerment of women and girls, Dr Roz Roach.


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Ron Fanfair for Share Newspaper:  "Trinidad and Tobago media personality Marcia Henville was a victim of a heinous crime in 2015. One of her colleagues contacted Dr. Roz Roach, the executive director of Dr. Roz's Healing Place in Toronto, seeking help for the abuse woman. During the two hour meeting with Roach, Henville hid the fact that she was being violently mistreated. .... To amplify her mission to eradicate domestic violence against women and children, she has written and produced a powerful musical/dance production, Sistas Calling that premiered on July 8 at the Aga Khan Museum in Toronto. A soca artist and lyricist who has designed and constructed carnival costumes, Roach wrote the songs, composed the music and produced the stage costumes for the play that tells the story of a 42-year-old woman who migrated to Canada at age 30 to join her husband who sponsored her.  (Click here to read the article on page 3)

Lincoln DePradine for The Caribbean Camera:
"In this summer season of cultural arts, when most people’s attention is on the enjoyment aspects of the arts, Trinidad-born Dr. Roz Roach is taking a different approach. She’s using a musical dance show, which she wrote and produced, to spark a conversation and “generate ideas towards an end to violence and racism’’ in Canadian society." (Click here to read the article)

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Vision Newspaper features Sistas Calling June 19, 2023. 

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The Sistas Calling crew brought the anti-violence message to the streets at the Toronto Caribbean Carnival Grand Parade  in Dr. Roz's "Love Of Carnival" section with E.P.I.C. CARNIVAL for #Passion2023

Most often people associate Carnival with scantily-clad women and the assumption that anyone can touch, photograph and dance on them but NO! In truth, Carnival represents expression, joy, culture, beauty, and most importantly, FREEDOM FROM OPPRESS!ON!


To play mas' is to respect the mas' , which means respect the culture and respect WOMEN! Carnival is meant to be a safe space for all, free from all forms of violence. It was a joy to see so much beauty and joy the road this weekend. 

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