Fri, May 26|
Tabernacle BC - Fellowship Hall
This lecture will share how our ancestors left Africa, to clear plantations first from the wilderness and cut Cypress trees as wide as 7 feet in diameter, to the planting of rice which became the first successful industry in the North American Colonies and life on plantations that make Gullah Geeche
Time & Location
May 26, 10:00 AM – 1:00 PM
Tabernacle BC - Fellowship Hall, 911 Craven St, Beaufort, SC 29902, USA
About The Event
Facilatator, Amadu Massally, has been promoting popular awareness of the Sierra Leone-Gullah Connection since 2006 when he took a group of Sierra Leoneans to Penn Center’s annual Heritage Days. He later founded Fambul Tik (“Family Tree”), an African heritage experience company.
Amadu Massally 5/26
He will discuss the very real linkages between his own and Gullah Geechee culture, language, diet and more. "Wuh Mek Oonuh Gullah Geechee?" - "What Makes You Gullah Geechee?"