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Khetnu Nefer Makin #GullahGeechee #BlackHerstory!

I up een ya shoutin bout wha Khetnu dun do!  De gal got e oin’t book outcha fa dem churn hep heal e sef.  I took the time to read Khetnu’s new book, “28 Days to A Soulful Life” as one of my Black History Month titles.  I decided to couple her book with my own book, “Preparing for Purpose Filled Prosperity,” and to read them day and night with meditation sessions in between.  I would encourage you to do the same and see if your energy isn’t boosted so that you can get a shout on too and then set out to do the best in all that you do.

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De #GullahGeechee2020 Edition of De Conch

Mek sho hunnuh jayn we fa #GullahGeechee2020! http://www.GullahGeecheeNation.com

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#AuthenticallyGullahGeechee Organizations in the Gullah/Geechee Nation

Given that the native founded and operated organizations and institutions were established to insure that their culture is accurate represented and presented, they continue to carry out their missions in spite of the opposition and lack of support that they receive from the new organizations that came into being after them. These native Gullah/Geechee organizations and institutions are the Gullah/Geechee Sea Island Coalition, Gullah/Geechee Angel Network. Gullah/Geechee Cultural Heritage Committee of Northeast Florida, and Geechee Kunda.

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Queen Quet Releases Gullah/Geechee Novel Duet

“We Journey” and “Gwine Home” are both Gullah/Geechee family sagas set on the Sea Islands. Youths in both books learn their culture and their family stories from the elders in their families while also alerting their family members to the environmental changes happening around them. From battling climate change and sea level rise to hurricanes and destructionment, these two novels bring out how native Gullah/Geechees that are holding onto their land come together to face these issues that continue to encroach on the sustainability of the Gullah/Geechee Nation.

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Celebrations of Gullah/Geechee Cultural Heritage and Continuation

“Gullah/Geechee Cultural Heritage Awareness Month” was filled with inspirational and educational events and activities.   The citizens of the Gullah/Geechee Nation never restrict the celebration of who they are to one month.  Instead, they celebrate the continuation of their cultural heritage all year long.  To that end, the month of November is filled with celebrations of this rich cultural legacy.

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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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Jasper County Proclaims Gullah/Geechee Nation Appreciation Week 2019

Jasper County, SC has proclaimed “Gullah/Geechee Nation Appreciation Week 2019!” This year, Queen Quet, Chieftess of the Gullah/Geechee Nation (www.QueenQuet.com) will actually present in that county on August 1, 2019 at 5 pm at the Morris Center for Lowcountry Heritage.

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Jayn de #GullahGeechee Famlee fa @GullahGeechee Nation Appreciation Week 2019!

Jayn de #GullahGeechee Famlee fa @GullahGeechee Nation Appreciation Week 2019!

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#GullahGeechee De Conch Wata Edition

This special edition of the international ezine, De Conch features highlights regarding the Gullah/Geechee Nation’s efforts to protect their waterways as well as details on the coming events. Check it out at https://issuu.com/gullahgeecheenation/docs/de_conch_2019_wata_edition

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Celebrating Black Bikers @GullahGeechee!

Since May is bike month, the folks in the Gullah/Geechee Nation decided to not only encourage riding bicycles, but to also celebrate bikes that are motorized and to honor the legacy of Black bikers. To that end, on Saturday, May 4, 2019 from 3 to 6 pm, “Gullah/Geechee Bike & Beauty” will take place at the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Park at the intersection fo Highway 21 / Sea Island Parkway and Dr. Martin Luther King Drive on St. Helena Island. For the first time in the history of this event, there will be a a “Best of Show” (with two categories) and “Best Beauty” contest for the lady riders. Admission is free, but for the contest there is a fee.

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