As a part of Women’s History Month, Lillian Grant- Baptiste will present The Gullah Woman: Her Voice, Her Vision on Sunday, March 20th, 1:00 p.m. at Fort Pulaski.
Grant-Baptiste, a Gullah Griot will skillfully and magically bring the stories and folklore of the Gullah women to life. Attend this performance and be transported back to a time where you will be caught up in the historical struggles and stories of the Gullah women of coastal Georgia and South Carolina.
Grant-Baptiste is the founder and director of the YEBO (Youth and Adult Empowerment through Building Cultural Opportunities) initiative. The YEBO (means “yes” in Swahili) Initiative has been nominated for a Governor’s Exemplary Prevention Program Award for helping more than 150 Chatham County families that have participated in the program. Leadership Coordinator.