Bazodee Connection 2006: In Conversation with Dr. Roz
Mas Camp ended each day in a meeting where issues such as racism and domestic abuse were candidly discussed. A psychologist and Executive Director of ‘Dr. Roz’s Healing Place’, a women’s shelter in Scarborough, Dr. Roz’s informed perspectives underscored not only the nature of these blights but, more importantly, how such problems are factors in everyone’s lives.
Racial harmony and anti-violence were the driving philosophies behind Bazodee Connection. These same ideals were also exemplified in Dr. Roz’s richly decorated Queen costume, an incandescent vision of cultural unity and affirmative thought.
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