R. Abayomi Goodall is an accomplished and versatile performing and visual artist, often described as a personality of "Rhythms, Color and Sound." A native of Washington, D.C., Sister Yomi moved to Selma, Alabama in 2010 to serve as the Director of The Ancient Africa Enslavement & Civil War Museum. Stage Credits include: The Spirit of Harriet Tubman, I Am Elizabeth Bowser, The Amen Corner, Georgia History Timeline,The Dreamer, For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When The Rainbow is Enuf, Grandmothers, Homeland, Anything Goes and The Colored Museum to name a few. As a Professional Dancer, Abayomi danced and toured with The Calabash Dance Theatre, Roberto Borrell y Su Ku Bata, Les Guiravories Ivory Coast Dancers, Mr Stevie Wonder's African Dancers Against Apartheid and Norman Miller's Lindy Hoppers.
Sister Yomi has been teaching 6,7&8 grade African History Dance & Culture