The Roma people exist as long as they live far away. As long as their destiny doesn’t meet with ours or as their dreams don’t throng with our dreams. Exiled for thousands of years from the societies they come in contact with, they are fated to live on the margins, on the fringe of every society. This exile has gradually become their homeland, a place where they have dreams and bury them underground. Sabiha, a really charismatic woman in the heart of the settlement, having experienced domestic violence, racism and exclusion and having overcome the difficulties she was meant to face as a woman in a male-dominated culture, decided to take action for all that was going wrong around her: she decided to found a women’s association within the Romani settlement in Drosero, Xanthi and to fight for the breaking of those stereotypes that lead to ghettoization, to fight for the Romani right to an equal status in society, as well as to try and change established norms, within the Romani culture itself.