Pamela Woolford, Marita Golden, and Sadie Woolford at the occasion of Pamela Woolford's first performance of an excerpt of Marita Golden's Harriet Tubman monologue, which is a part of the four-monologues two-women show Pamela directs and performs in with her mother Sadie Woolford.

Pamela Woolford is directing and performing in a two-women show in which she and her mother, award-winning octogenarian interdisciplinary artist Sadie Woolford, perform four monologues from acclaimed author Marita Golden's book The Strong Black Woman: How a Myth Endangers the Physical and Mental Health of Black Women. In the presentation Pamela Woolford performs the parts of Harriet Tubman and Patrisse Cullors, and Sadie Woolford performs the parts of Rosa Parks and Fannie Lou Hamer.

Pamela Woolford performs, for the first time, an excerpt from the Harriet Tubman monologue written by author Marita Golden as a tribute to Golden on the occasion of the 40th anniversary celebration of the publication of her first book, which has never gone out of print. The four-monologues two-women show includes Pamela Woolford as Harriet Tubman, as seen here.

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