Opposition leader Kamla Persad-Bissessar will be taking her concerns over a recent skit at a PNM Family Day to the doorsteps of the Office of the Prime Minister.
She is calling on members of the public who have deemed the skit offensive to join with her on Thursday for the planned protest.
In a Facebook post, Persad-Bbissessar labeled the skit portraying the removal of a woman's clothing by men dressed in masks as shameful and an insult to women.
She said the depiction of men as brutish and violent was equally insulting.
In the wake of calls for him to apologise, Dr Rowley has accused individuals of trying to stir racial hatred in the country.