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The Gullah people & culture told through videos and music.
The Gullah people & culture told through videos and music.

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Circle Unbroken: A Gullah Journey from Africa to America | Sottile Theatre | Concerts + Recitals, City Picks | Charleston City Paper - Approximately 75 percent of all Africans enslaved in the United States originally landed on South Carolina’s shores. Just down the road in Beaufort, the Gullah people — descendants of enslaved Africans, continue their Gullah traditions. This weekend, visitors are invited to take part in a cultural commemoration of this community. Anita Singleton-Prather, aka Aunt Pearlie Sue, and The Gullah Kinfolk — a 20-piece choir — will take turns providing musical renditions and historical narratives.

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Sottile Theater to screen local Gullah film Saturday - Charleston Scene - For one night only, the Sottile Theater will screen “Circle Unbroken,” a part musical, part documentary film about the origins of Gullah culture in South Carolina. Producer Ron Small co-wrote the script with Anita Singleton-Prather, a fol

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Anchor Media Group, LLC announces Charleston premiere of musical documentary "Circle Unbroken” | PRLog - Anchor Media Group, LLC announces Charleston premiere of musical documentary "Circle Unbroken”. Charleston premiere of critically-acclaimed musical documentary "Circle Unbroken – A Gullah Journey from Africa to America” to be held at the historic Sottile Theatre on the campus of the College of Charleston on March 28, 2015. - PR12438962

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Gullah | Circle Unbroken At Sottile Theater - Gullah - One show only. Saturday March 28th 7:30 PM Doors open 6:30. If you only see one show this year, make it this one!

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Gullah | The story behind “Circle Unbroken” - The Gullah Story - The mission of Gullah.tv, is to bring this little known story of black history and unique culture together under one resource to preserve and educate all people about the Gullah legacy.

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Gullah Gourmet - 95 Tall Oak Ave. Charleston, SC 29407 (843) 556-0333 The post Gullah Gourmet appeared first on Gullah.

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Teaching African American History - Encourage • Entertain • Enlighten Teachers are the unsung heroes (and heroines) of modern society, and I really don’t know how they do what they do. They must compete for children’s attention from distractions like smartphones, iPads, video games, TV and all the social diversions to which kids are prone. Teaching history to young people must be a mind-numbing experience because few children are interested in anything that happened before they were born. Infusing curiosity is the primary stimulus of learning, and is what every teacher tries to instill in their students. Sometimes the best way to achieve this is to offer a fact or a story that will stir their imagination and make them want to learn more. As it relates to teaching Black History and using an interesting fact to capture attention, Anita Singleton-Prather is quoted as saying (paraphrased) that “during the middle passage, when slaves were brought from Africa to America, only the strongest survived the harrowing jou

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'Taste of Gullah' teaches traditions through food - At the "Taste of Gullah" event on Hilton Head Island Saturday, Gullah locals celebrated their heritage through vibrant dancing, colorful artwork and heaping piles of food.

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Black History Month Special - Black History Month Special. Buy "Circle Unbroken" and get "Tales from the land of Gullah for Kids" DVD for FREE. Plus, FREE shipping!

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(Press Release) Black History Month and a Gullah Celebration - Gullah.TV expands Black History Month to 365 days to appreciate, educate and celebrate the rich heritage of the Gullah people; introducing the world to an important facet of American history.
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