She is an educator, a writer, a producer, an entrepreneur – truly – what some would call a Renaissance woman! Yet, Sharon Reed would be the first to tell you that who she is comes from the richness and strength of her unique Gullah heritage - that culture representing the distinctive language and traditions of those West Africans who were enslaved and brought to the Sea Islands of South Carolina. From the laps of her Gullah ancestors, Sharon uses dramatic delivery to articulate basic lessons of life that help to educate, enlighten and empower audiences everywhere. [+]
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