“Taak Dat Taak (Talk That Talk)”
Ron Daise, cultural interpreter, writer, and performer, examines four values and qualities that give meaning to why Gullah Geechee people talk the way they talk, live the lives they live, and value sustaining their culture. Aspects of Gullah Geechee wisdom are relayed through songs, poetry, excerpts from cultural writings, and personal insights. “Cotch de laarnin,” that is, receive awareness about the significance of a living culture that exists in communities along the southeastern coast of the United States and connects with communities of the African Diaspora.
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