"Gullah Ancestors" Unisex Long Sleeve T-Shirt

"Gullah Ancestors" Unisex Long Sleeve T-Shirt


Your Gullah ancestors are always watching! The Gullah people are proud descendants of Africans who were enslaved on the rice, indigo and Sea Island cotton plantations of the lower Atlantic coast. The nature of their enslavement on isolated island and coastal plantations created a unique culture with deep African traditions that are clearly visible in the Gullah people’s distinctive arts, crafts, cuisine, music, and language.

This long-sleeved shirt is made of the ultra-smooth American Apparel cotton. It has comfy long sleeves to protect you from the elements and the sleeves are cuffed at the hand for a tapered look that adds a little flair.

• 100% cotton (heather grey has 10% polyester)
• Long sleeves
• Cuffed hands
• Durable ribbed neckband
• Double stitched


The Hour of Power Worship Service normally takes place on Sunday of the festival weekend at 9AM. This worship experience on the waterfront is one that you would not want to miss. When we are able to meet again, in 2022, join us at the Henry C. Chambers Waterfront Park and be prepared to have your spirit lifted!

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