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Celebrating Gullah Culture

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There’s much more to Charleston’s history than its eye-catching antebellum homes. What the Gullah of South Carolina’s Lowcountry lack in visible landmarks they make up for with rich traditions—they have their own language, a combination of English and African influences, and distinct music, art, and cuisine. From the annual Sweetgrass Festival in June to other sites that can be visited at any time of the year, here are some places in Charleston where you can begin to learn about the Gullah.
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