Fighting to Preserve Gullah Community Off South Carolina's Sea Coast sits a quiet, unassuming community, rich with the West African Gullah culture. Longtime Gullah community activist Emory Campbell talks about his people's history and the effort to preserve their legacy.
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Fighting to Preserve Gullah Community

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Fighting to Preserve Gullah Community

Fighting to Preserve Gullah Community

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South Carolina is more than just presidential campaigns and crowded voting precincts.

Off the Sea Coast of the state sits a quiet, unassuming community, rich with the West African Gullah culture.

Longtime Gullah community activist Emory Campbell talks about his people's history and the effort to preserve their legacy.

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