The B.N. Dukes arrived in Conway, South Carolina on May 15th to begin their work at different internships that focus on the three tiers of the Gullah Geechee Cultural Heritage Corridor Commission’s development plan: education, preservation, and economic development. The students spoke at the GGCHCC quarterly meeting. They presented their plans for the summer and eagerly accepted council and direction from the commissioners.
Read about the students’ experiences as they happen here.