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Snapshots: Krio, Maroons, Gullah

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Snapshots: Krio, Maroons, Gullah

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The Gullah is the oldest African American community that preserved it’s African heritage. Over 200 years ago, they fought for their freedom successfully, forming their own communities along the coast of North and South Carolina, Florida, and Atlanta.

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Akindele Decker is a Sierra Leonean poet and writer with ancestral links across West Africa and the other side of the Atlantic. He resides in Maryland, USA with his family. www.akindeletmdecker.com

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