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WRBG is an internet radio station committed to the liberation of African people. We provide information using conversation, spoken word, and hip-hop.

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Gullah Geechee culture

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Tune in as Historian Carolyn White shares Gullah stories. http://thegullahstoryteller.com/Welcome.html

HRM Oba Adejuyibe Adefunmi II and HE Igberohinjade Oludoye discuss the upcoming Pan-African Grassroots Assembly taking place June 29 - July 1, 2012 at the Oyutunji African Village in Sheldon, SC. http://www.oyotunji.org/

Jacquelyn Benton, Professor of African American Studies at Metro State College of Denver, returns to discuss The Gullah Experience. * technical difficulties for the first 2 minutes*

Jacquelyn Benton, Professor of African American studies at Metro State Colleg of Denver discusses "The Gullah Experience".

Spoken word artist LaShanta Ase shares her poetry and discusses life on St. Helena Island. To find out more about LaShanta's work or to contact her visit http://onthemuse.com/

Iyeshia Lowman discusses the once segregated, Homestead Bayfront Beach.

melvina speaks to native sierra leonian, hawanatu, about her tribe and dialect and how it relates to gullah geechie.
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