Interpreting the Gullah/Geechee Heritage in the 21st Century


 
 

The Savannah’ Tribune’s President Mrs. Shirley Barber James is pictured with Emory Campbell, Chair of the National Gullah/Geechee Cultural Heritage Corridor Commission.

Campbell did on a presentation on Interpreting the Gullah/Geechee Heritage in the 21st Century on March 18 at the Ralph Mark Civil Rights Museum.

The presentation was also to promote the new book, African American Life
in the Georgia Lowcountry:
The Atlantic World and the
Gullah Geechee.

The presentation was sponsored by the Georgia Historical Society, Ossabaw Island Foundation, and the City of Savannah.

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