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Saidah A. Wade

“Domestic violence awareness is so important and stems from women not loving and valuing themselves in relationships, as well as, on their own. It's a pattern of abuse that is passed down through generation after generation. Women, by nature, are strong and resilient; born to birth babies and raise children. If women learn to listen to the still small voice within, we can learn to overcome adversities in all areas of life. Know thyself.”

Saidah A. Wade has trained to be an actress since middle school beginning with Atlanta's Alliance Theatre, Mt. Zion High School’s Magnet Theatre, and with Columbus State University's Acting Program. She won the "Best Actress" Award for the state of Georgia in the One-Act Play Competition for her role as Lady in Red in the play For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When the Rainbow in Not Enough. She also won first place in August Wilson's Monologue Competition in New York City. In 2015, she played the role of “Pat” in Faizah Imani’s play Love’s Last Episode. Saidah has also landed feature roles in the television shows Finding Carter and Satisfaction.

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