Jahlahnee Watkins,11, a student with The Learning Tree Cultural Preparatory School in Bronx, N.Y., carries the Angolan flag Saturday morning during thePenn Center Heritage Days Celebration parade on St. Helena Island. Students carried flags representing the Gullah people as local schools and organizations celebrated the Gullah-Geechee culture. The event continues today from 10am to 1pm.
Jahlahnee Watkins,11, a student with The Learning Tree Cultural Preparatory School in Bronx, N.Y., carries the Angolan flag Saturday morning during thePenn Center Heritage Days Celebration parade on St. Helena Island. Students carried flags representing the Gullah people as local schools and organizations celebrated the Gullah-Geechee culture. The event continues today from 10am to 1pm. Sarah Welliver, staff photo
Jahlahnee Watkins,11, a student with The Learning Tree Cultural Preparatory School in Bronx, N.Y., carries the Angolan flag Saturday morning during thePenn Center Heritage Days Celebration parade on St. Helena Island. Students carried flags representing the Gullah people as local schools and organizations celebrated the Gullah-Geechee culture. The event continues today from 10am to 1pm. Sarah Welliver, staff photo

Penn Center celebrates Gullah-Geechee heritage

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