Through stories from a chef, a basket weaver and a Grammy Award winning drummer we glean a better understanding of the myriad of ways that Gullah traditions and practices impact contemporary arts and culture in the low country of Charleston. At a beloved Charleston haunt Craig and Earl discuss the deep African roots of Gullah culture with the three black professionals and a local restaurateur.
Episode Duration: 26 minutes and 16 seconds
Episode Number: 304
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THE GOOD ROAD is an innovative, inspiring documentary series about two best friends who travel the world meeting philanthropists and change-makers, who have dedicated their lives to addressing global humanitarian issues.
From depressed inner-city neighborhoods, to border camps for refugees, to rural health clinics, hosts Earl Bridges and Craig Martin explore efforts to help Rohingya refugees, stop elephant poaching, end human trafficking, alleviate poverty, and more.