In February and March, Gullah Society staff will visit schools and create learning materials, that can be utilized by teachers at the elementary, middle and high school levels that fit with State standards. The talks thematically explore ancestry, Gullah identity, and racial equity, with reference to the Anson Street burials project and the wider socio-economic and geographic contexts. Students will create banners and murals that they can carry during procession towards the reinterment ceremony. Over the coming months, educational kits will be developed that enhance student’s scientific, cultural and historical literacy.
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The Gullah Society P.O. Box 2187 Mount Pleasant, SC 29465