In 2010 Simonida and Sandra Selimović started a revolutionary Roma theatre which satisfies the need for accommodation instead of assimilation into mainstream society, setting a prime example for any minority group. While tackling the themes of Romaphobia, sexism, racism, and fighting against prejudice, they turn stereotypes into real people, bringing the activist heart into mainstream society where it belongs if it is to make the change the world needs to see. The sisters’ movement itself questions their own path within the traditional and patriarchal structure of the Roma community and provides a successful answer by honouring and protecting who they are and where their roots lie, in a non-traditional way. The group uses plays, rap, performances, invisible theatre and performances in public space to strengthen and empower Roma, women, and other minorities, wherever they are.