WHERE TO FIND PAMELA WOOLFORD
Online recording of the September 28 film-launch event Art as a Response to Anti-Blackness, a conversation inspired by Pamela Woolford's Interrupted: Prologue to a Mem-noir, a memoir short on the history of anti-Blackness in America. In addition to Pamela Woolford, participants included jazz great Bob James, who composed the soundtrack for Interrupted: Prologue to a Mem-Noir; bestselling author Marita Golden; and Joseph Lewis, founder of Black Bottom Film Festival and executive director of Jazz Bridge. The taped event will also air on WPFW 89.3 FM in DC, "Your station for jazz and justice." The event was cosponsored by Busboys and Poets and the Carter School for Peace and Conflict Resolution. More info at www.mem-noir.com.
SEPTEMBER 26-OCTOBER 11, 2020
Pamela Woolford's 2020 film release Interrupted: Prologue to a Mem-noir is available to pre-order now. For more info, visit www.mem-noir.com.
OCTOBER 15, 2020
TogetHER Women's Forum Join hundreds of dynamic women at this year's online Women’s Forum, hosted by United Way’s Women United to celebrate its 20th anniversary. Pamela Woolford is featured in this event on 10/15, The Working Poor--What It Means to Live in Survival Mode, which is the third of a four-part series. Writer and filmmaker Pamela Woolford will deliver a special presentation followed by a discussion with local leaders who are applying their grit and energy to removing the obstacles to economic stability.
Disrupt/ed (a mem-noir) Book Launch sponsored by Busboys and Poets (coming to Columbia, MD). Details TBA. (Scroll to the second half of the website page for info on the book and launch.)