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Queen’s Chronicle: I AM IAAM-Groundbreaking of the International Museum of African American History

A tear flowed down my eyes on the historic peninsula called “Charleston” or “Chucktown” that was once called “Charles Town.”

These tears were emitting from my soul for my ancestors as I explained to the mayor of this international city how things must go down.

No one in the room spoke, they all simply looked on and listened to what the ancestors had to say through me

As I told them how my feet burned every time I walked the streets of this city.

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Stopping Destructionment on the SC Sea Islands in the Gullah/Geechee Nation

Stop destructionment on St. Helena and Wadamalaw Islands in the Gullah/Geechee Nation! Stand up wid de #GullahGeechee!

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Frum Africa ta de Gullah/Geechee Nation

Ef hunnuh chillun gwine crak hunnuh teet bout who webe @GullahGeechee, hunnuh gwine hafa yeddi bout de tru journee frum Alkebulan ta de islandts wha dey een de sea. Afta disya, hunnuh gwine hafa lun bout wha Africans put een disya soil and e human rights battle wha gwine on fa webe free. So, fa disya Gullah/Geechee Cultural Heritage Awareness Month, we sho disya pun Gullah/Geechee TV frum de Gullah/Geechee Sea Island Coalition’s Alkebulan Archive cuz we taut um not robree:

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Historical Effects of Migration on Gullah/Geechee Cultural Continuation

ueen Quet, Chieftess, Elder Carlie Towne, Minister of Information, Dr. Najmah Thomas, and Dr. Jessica Berry of the Gullah/Geechee Nation opened the “Association for the Study of African American Life and History (ASALH) Conference” with a session entitled “Historical Effects of Migration on Gullah/Geechee Cultural Continuation.”

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This Land is Our Land: The Struggle and Beauty of Gullah/Geechee

The Gullah/Geechee are a declared minority group with their own language and ethnicity that is discernible even within the African-American population. A nation within a nation. They are largely self sufficient, depending on much of the same farming and fishing techniques that have sustained them since the enslavement of their ancestors.

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Gullah/Geechee Cultural Heritage Awareness Month Launches with Queen Quet Gullah/Geechee Legacy Library Ribbon Cutting

beginning of “Gullah/Geechee Cultural Heritage Awareness Month.” The official launch celebration will be a Gullah/Geechee Dinner Dance at Scott’s Grand’s Destiny Café in North Charleston, SC.

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Queen Quet of the #GullahGeechee to Speak for #ClimateAction Rally at CofC

The Climate Crisis Moment, a rally to change our future, features a host of speakers and environmental organizations to get you informed, motivated, and ready for action. Included in the list of speakers will be Queen Quet, Chieftess of the Gullah/Geechee Nation (www.QueenQuet.com). The rally coincides with the first day of the Global Climate Strike.

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Charleston Celebrates the Septenary of #GullahGeechee Nation Appreciation Week!

In many African cosmologies as well as Biblical numerology, 7 is the number of completion. This completion of one phase and entering into another on a higher level is evident in the level of support and commitment shown in Charleston, SC for the 2019 “Gullah/Geechee Nation Appreciation Week.”

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Pre-Gullah/Geechee Nation Appreciation Week Events

Ef hunnuh chillun likka we, hunnuh dun redee! #GullahGeechee Nation Appreciation Week 2019 gwine launch Satdee at Skeeta Beach! Gwine ta disya fo de launch!

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#GullahGeechee Healin de Land and Hands Across the Sand

ueen Quet, Chieftess of the Gullah/Geechee Nation (www.QueenQuet.com) has been traveling not only through multiple states, but across the globe on the “Healin de Land World Tour.” She completed the UNESCO International Water Conference in Paris, France and will next return to Korea for a UN conference. Between these journeys, she is stopping on her own shoreline of the Gullah/Geechee Nation for the annual “Hands Across the Sands” event.

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