By Lowcountry Gullah Productions

Lowcountry Gullah was developed to promote and more importantly document the richly significant Gullah culture and its contributions to the United States. As a historical resource and cultural tourism influencer, Lowcountry Gullah provides a necessary and central link to the cultural elements that have been woven into the fabric of our society. With a primary focus on the traditional cultural strengths on Hilton Head Island, Lowcountry Gullah is the bridge between all of the Gullah / Geechee communities throughout the designated Gullah / Geechee Corridor, which includes the Sea Islands that span from the eastern seaboard to 35 miles inland from Wilmington, North Carolina to St. Augustine, Florida.

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Lowcountry Gullah is the culmination of several years of experience being immersed within the Hilton Head Island Gullah community and a body of work highlighting the culture and its people. For several years, writer Luana M. Graves Sellars has developed a large local and national following for her Gullah articles and stories, which focus on the history and culture. As a result of an ongoing demand for access to over 200 previously published magazine and future articles, as well as requests for speaking engagements, Lowcountry Gullah fills the void for a central source and online location for Gullah information.

People are starving for historic information, as well as a genealogical connection to their heritage on a local and global level. For the Black community, especially, having a tangible connection to the Gullah culture provides a priceless sense of identity. In a time where ancestry research and identifying one’s “self” is a significant part of our society, it is the perfect time to promote the Gullah culture and its relevance to our society to a broader audience.  

Lowcountry Gullah will be the first “one stop shop” for the Gullah culture throughout the congressionally designated Gullah / Geechee Corridor with a focus on providing information and stimulating cultural tourism. Our site www.lowcountrygullah.com serves as an interconnected resource between Gullah cultural assets. In addition to being a source for all things Gullah, Lowcountry Gullah is a non-profit 501 (c) 4 that provides a direct connection to the culture through land preservation and other critical issues that affect the community.


In addition to being a source for all things Gullah, Lowcountry Gullah is a non-profit 501 (c) 4 that provides a direct connection to the culture through land preservation and other critical issues that affect the community.

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