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New phase in preserving black sea island culture

Gullah Geechee Cultural Heritage Corridor now has executive director, new office, new voice

New phase in preserving black sea island culture

New phase in preserving black sea island culture

In this May, 17, 2013, photo, the sun...


JOHNS ISLAND, S.C. — After almost 15 years, the effort to preserve the culture of slave descendants along the coast of the Southeast is entering a new phase.


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