Gullah Geechee Communities Fight To Protect Their Land And Culture
The Gullah Geechee people have lived along the southern coast of the U.S. for centuries.
They’re direct descendants of slaves and have a unique culture. But now their culture and way of life are being threatened by climate change and development.
This article was originally published on WBUR.org.
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