Emory Campbell is executive director emeritus of the Penn Center on St Helena Island, S.C. The Penn Center, founded in 1862, is one of the oldest and most historically significant African American cultural and educational institutions in the United States. He continues to do African American heritage tours of the Sea Islands, to work with other communities to preserve the property rights of African Americans on the Sea Islands (in the face of creeping development), and to write and publish about Gullah-Geechee history and culture.
Interviewed by Professor of History Robert Korstad, date unknown.
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