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Black History Lessons of a Gullah/Geechee Sea Island Scholar

I have never been a person that could sit idly by and see injustices done and do nothing but watch. I am sure that is because I was born into a time when people were fighting! They were standing! They were tired of being tired! I was from a family that fought for the rights of not just themselves individually, but participated in the meetings and the boycotts while assisting in financially supporting one another. By being Gullah/Geechee land owners, they knew what it took to have to fight to hold on to what you had and they were not going to allow their legacy to be lost because someone else “thought” that they shouldn’t have it. It was never about what someone else thought! What are you thinking

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