Hannah Arendt Center presents:
COURAGEOUSLY ME: BEING GULLAH/GEECHEE IN WESTERN SOCIETY
A Courage to Be Dinner and Lecture
Monday, April 6, 2020
Blithewood Manor Foyer
A Courage to Be Dinner and LectureThis event occurs on: Mon. April 6, 6 pm
A histo-musical presentation and interactive dialogue about how Queen Quet, Chieftess of the Gullah/Geechee Nation has taken her unique language and culture to the global arena. The western society does not often respect oral traditions nor the traditions of indigenous people of African descent. However, in spite of this, Queen Quet was elected to be the voice of her people and she has taken their story from the Sea Islands to the United Nations and around the world. Cum fa yeddi disya.
*This event is open only to Courage to Be students, fellows, and invited guests.