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Right Dey Yah in Charleston- Honey Bea's Maah Gullah-Geechee Poetry and Tales (Color)

Right Dey Yah in Charleston- Honey Bea
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by: Lornabelle Gethers
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Publication Date: August 24, 2016
Book Size: 8.5" x 11"
Pages: 83
Binding: Perfect Bound
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Book Synopsis
Since more than half of African Americans came into this country through the gateway of the Lowcountry, then the Gullah-Geechee ancestry, may be your roots also.
It is my hope that this poetic art book will recall in you, memories of your own grandmother or great-grandmother as it always does for me.
The Gullah-Geechee people themselves are a testament of a people of a victory of overcoming everything that was thrown at them including being betrayed and kidnapped and then sold into slavery and yet still being able to hold onto some of your own self through it all. They are people of pride that have their own culture, their own tongue, their own spirituality, and their own way of doing things. And they have been doing it since the days of living in their mother land of Western Africa.
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