Take Notice: Amplifying Black Stories

Sistah Lois

March 16, 2021 Sistah Lois Season 1 Episode 10
Take Notice: Amplifying Black Stories
Sistah Lois
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Take Notice: Amplifying Black Stories
Sistah Lois
Mar 16, 2021 Season 1 Episode 10
Sistah Lois

Sistah Lois
Youtube
IG: @sistahafrikan

Mentioned:
Jade Electra | DJ Relentless
Louise Cloverly Bennett

Our conversation with Sistah covered her time growing up in Manitoba, moving out to Toronto with her son, encounters with racism, and her joy of music and the arts. A section of our conversation will be shared in a later episode where she recounts her experience working for CN Railway. 

Bio:
Sistah Lois (pronounced “Loyce”) is an incredibly talented singer,  actor, creatrix across disciplines. She is, she says “a muddah, dawtah, sistah, afrikan princess, is a dynamic OGEdutainer and musical messenger.” 

Born in Trinidad,  she lived in the Caribbean and in the UK as a child.  She has lived in Canada since she was eight years old.  Reverend Kelly Addison, of KGL TV near Toronto, Canada, calls her “a national treasure.”   Those who are lucky enough to spend time in the presence of the wise and wonderful Sistah Lois, would heartily agree.

Known for decades in Toronto for her strong voice, both when she rises it in song and when she speaks out as an activist and artist. 

“I explore spiritual, musical, creative, rebellious journey and lifestyle experiences from these diverse cultural challenges coupled with non-traditional labour logistical backgrounds,” she says, explaining the scope of her work.  “I wish to expound about the experience of a black feminist telling how I survived varied assaults all along with the how and why our cause goes still ignored in the age of the #metoo (who2) movement.” 

Sistah Lois awakens, inspires, motivates, Educates, Entertains, and Energizes Audiences…

Show Notes

Sistah Lois
Youtube
IG: @sistahafrikan

Mentioned:
Jade Electra | DJ Relentless
Louise Cloverly Bennett

Our conversation with Sistah covered her time growing up in Manitoba, moving out to Toronto with her son, encounters with racism, and her joy of music and the arts. A section of our conversation will be shared in a later episode where she recounts her experience working for CN Railway. 

Bio:
Sistah Lois (pronounced “Loyce”) is an incredibly talented singer,  actor, creatrix across disciplines. She is, she says “a muddah, dawtah, sistah, afrikan princess, is a dynamic OGEdutainer and musical messenger.” 

Born in Trinidad,  she lived in the Caribbean and in the UK as a child.  She has lived in Canada since she was eight years old.  Reverend Kelly Addison, of KGL TV near Toronto, Canada, calls her “a national treasure.”   Those who are lucky enough to spend time in the presence of the wise and wonderful Sistah Lois, would heartily agree.

Known for decades in Toronto for her strong voice, both when she rises it in song and when she speaks out as an activist and artist. 

“I explore spiritual, musical, creative, rebellious journey and lifestyle experiences from these diverse cultural challenges coupled with non-traditional labour logistical backgrounds,” she says, explaining the scope of her work.  “I wish to expound about the experience of a black feminist telling how I survived varied assaults all along with the how and why our cause goes still ignored in the age of the #metoo (who2) movement.” 

Sistah Lois awakens, inspires, motivates, Educates, Entertains, and Energizes Audiences…