and should be a must-viewing for all ages and races. DVD Includes bonus features not available on video on demand.
A dazzling and moving visual celebration of the Gullah people in words and music, by one of America’s preeminent cultural ambassadors; Anita Singleton-Prather, “the First Lady of Gullah™ and The Gullah Kinfolk. DVD includes bonus features not available on video on demand. Length: Approximately 55 minutes. “A monumental achievement!”
Gullah is the genesis of the African-American culture and Beaufort, South Carolina is its home. Three out of four slaves came to America through the sea islands of South Carolina and these stories allow an insight into the history of our people,” says educator and actress (Forrest Gump, God’s Gonna Trouble the Water, My Man Done Me Wrong) Anita Singleton-Prather.
Anita Singleton-Prather returns as Aunt Pearlie-Sue; her most popular and beloved character. This time she is surrounded by 50 children singing along and interacting as she tells the Gullah versions of popular nursery rhymes, fables and fairy tales.