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Gullah Bible

February 7, 2020 - Posted in Palmetto Scene by Ricky Taylor

South Carolina has a rich Gullah culture in the state’s Lowcountry. Many of the Gullah people adopted Christianity, but the laws, for hundreds of years, prohibited them from learning to read.  It was a law that did not allow them to fully appreciate the word. Today that has changed and there’s even a Gullah version of the Bible.

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