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Through a series of over 60 photographs taken from 1977–1982, Jeanne Moutoussamy-Ashe vividly and poignantly captured African-American life on Daufuskie Island, South Carolina. In that time, Daufuskie Island stood alone as the last South Carolina sea island untouched by the outside world, serving as a home to residents whose Gullah lifestyle, traditions, and language were preserved because of their isolation. Recognizing this unique culture and the need to capture this way of life,View more
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Dec 3, 2020