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Gullah Campfire Supper with Stories and Songs: Women’s History Month Celebration
March 26 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
The Women’s History Month Gullah Campfire Supper with Stories and Songs will focus on Women of the Civil Rights Movement. Join us to hear the stories of two sisters from Charleston, Minerva Brown King and Millicent Brown. They were the plaintiffs in the SC Brown case to integrate public schools in Charleston. We will also share stories of women they met growing up the late Septima Clark founder of the Sea Island Citizenship School and Fannie Lou Hamer who attended the school.
In addition to those stories we will sing more songs of the Movement and enjoy a traditional Lowcountry hog roasted by Marvin Ross of Peculiar Pig Farm. The menu will include other traditional Gullah dishes. This is an event you don’t want to miss. It will have it all, delicious food, the Lowcountry ambiance, campfires, songs that encouraged the Movement and stories of our history all in one setting!