Wunmi Idowu came to Canada in 1992 at the age of 10. Like many immigrants, she struggled to fit into the mainstream Canadian culture. At school, she was bullied and called many racists names due to her ethnicity. At the age of 24, Wunmi had had enough. She decided to launch Woezo Africa Music & Dance Theatre Inc. as a way to help educate Canadians about African culture through the performing arts, including dance, music, theatre and storytelling. Dancing was and still remains her escape, her place of peace and her sanctuary. In just 15 years, Wunmi has built Woezo Africa into one of the most prominent arts organization in the city. In 2020, she produced UNGANISHA at the historic Grand Theatre, making her the first Black person to produce a major show at the venue. For many Black artists, Woezo Africa is the stepping stone into life as an artist in the city. This documentary will celebrate them and the role that Woezo Africa continues to play in the community.