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Gullah Geechee Communities Fight To Protect Their Land And Culture03:49
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The Gullah Geechee people have lived along the southern coast of the U.S. for centuries.

They're direct descendants of slaves and have a unique culture. But now their culture and way of life are being threatened by climate change and development.

Victoria Hansen (@VHansenSCRadio) of South Carolina Public Radio reports.

This segment aired on November 4, 2019.

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