Gullah Customs, Language, and Remedies with Glander Pressley, Gullah Interpreter
Glander Pressley is a Gullah Historian Interpreter at Hopsewee Plantation in Georgetown, SC. She has spent the past ten months interpreting the history of enslaved captives from the West Coast of Africa who were trafficked to various locations to plant sugar cane, cotton, tobacco and to cultivate rice. Glander will talk about customs, traditions, and sea-island based language of the Gullah culture, she will also speak on the natural medicinal home remedies, used within the culture.
Wall Lowcountry Center Auditorium