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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...
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Introduction by Ron Daise Spirituality Insights Excerpt from At Low Tide, Voices of Sandy Island (2017) - Narrated by Amani Huell Dreams - Mary Lou Cottman Excerpt from At Low...
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Coastal Carolina University’s Dr. Eric S. Crawford has authored a book, “Gullah Spirituals, The Sound of Freedom and Protest in the South Carolina Sea Island,” which recently has been released...
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The 50-minute interactive program informs about values and qualities that are inherent to Gullah Geechee heritage. Songs, poetry, excerpts from cultural writings, and personal insights are presented by Ron Daise...
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Black History Month Program: “The Gullah Geechee Legacy of Jazz” by Karen Chandler, Ph.D., Associate Professor Emerita, Arts Management, College of Charleston. The Gullah Geechee Legacy of Jazz is a...
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Enjoy a demonstration/talk with the delightful Zenobia Harper (Washington) as she creates one-of-a-kind Gullah dolls. Her dolls are a celebration of the lives of women who have influenced her. "My...
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Join us to learn about the archaeology of South Island. Located at the mouth of Winyah Bay in Georgetown County, Native Americans, including the Winyah, the Waccamaw, and the Pee...
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The company Ron and Natalie Daise of Georgetown, SC, has released a set of two self-published novellas authored by cultural interpreter Ron Daise. We Wear the Mask, Unraveled Truths in...
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Sing along with Ron Daise and learn Gullah songs that shaped the culture. From sorrow songs to baptism, code message, children’s, work, and funeral songs, participants will gain an understanding...
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Arun Drummond is a South Carolina native residing in the Lowcountry. As the former manager of the Chuma Gullah Gallery he’s spent nearly 20 years educating guests about the rich...
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Join us for a 50-minute interactive lecture presentation, Nottin bot de Rice! Ron Daise, Vice President for Creative Education hosts this educational and interactive cultural game show informs viewers about...
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“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...
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Join us for Brookgreen’s Gullah Geechee Junkanoo Festival, a vibrant celebration of West African, Caribbean, and Gullah Geechee heritage. This event, held on Saturday, September 14, from 11 a.m. to...
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Internationally acclaimed Gullah Artist, Speaker, and Pan African Cultural Heritage Institute Fellow, Sonja Griffin Evans was born and raised in Beaufort, South Carolina. She is a true product of the...
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Seen, Heard, Esteemed: Living History Narratives of Georgetown County, SC, showcases Gullah Geechee changemakers from this region in their own words. These narratives range from the Civil War to today...

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