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Lowcountry Gullah Video Snippets

The question is often asked why people in Gullah art don’t have faces.

During slavery, the enslaved were stripped of their personalities and dignity. Being faceless shows their movements and maybe their characteristics. The enslaved had stories. And sometimes words on a page just aren’t enough. They might provide great descriptions and details, but a visual images can paint a greater picture on a subject. Lowcountry Gullah video snippets are short, yet impactful stories that need to be told.

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