The Gullah/Geechee Flag represents those sons and daughters of Africa who  were forced to come to America in ships of pain, for a life of servitude and death. For more than three hundred years the Anointed people of the African Sun were auctioned off to the highest bidder torn away from tribal and family ties, systematically deprived of ancient African names, physically and mentally bruised in both body and soul. Forced to renouce traditional religions and beliefs, stripped of self-respect, dehumanized, tortured without mercy or moral concern, lynched, raped, denied political access, methodically conditioned to engage in self hate and denied any hope of freedom. An after the genocide, cheated out of the promised 40 acres and mule. Yet, the Gullah/Geechee Anointed People survived like a bright shining star above adversity to finally be free again.

Slavery and the long years of crushing toil gave to the Anointed People an uncommon strength. Existing and preserving with the secrets of African technology science and mother wit to branch out toward the future and cast the seeds of a newborn Gullah/Geechee heritage. Through knowledge and wisdom, the culture ties between Africa and African-Americans are now spiritually joined.

The Circle represents the unity created by the use of the Gullah/Geechee language and the Golden Seal inside the circle represents the legacy of the original African people of the sun. Indigo Blue reminds us of the sea on which Ebo drowned themselves, rather than to live a life of enslavement. Indigo Blue also reminds us of the blue sky over the land that grew the sweetgrass that the Gullah/Geechee People transformed into baskets. Across the vast ocean on Indigo Blue, the deep living roots of the Gullah/Geechee Tree is adorned with the victorious Emerald Crown of a new legacy.

The GullahlGeechee Flag further represents we people as the authentic original GullahlGeechee Nation with lineage to our ancestral legacy. We the people stand as custodians of Gullah/Geechee Culture and protectors of our human rights and practice our right to self-determination as a National Minority Ethnic Group. And; furthermore, are not just African­American, but who also practice and enjoy their own unique culture, and to converse in their own unique language. The Gullah/Geechee Flag waves high before a people whose mission is to preserve, protect and promote our history, heritage, culture, language and homeland. It is also a symbol to show our official recognition of the governance (minority) rights necessary to accomplish our mission to take care of our community through collective efforts which will provide a healthy environment, care for the well beings of each person, and economic empowerment. Therefore, it is only natural that this symbol show that we as a people will preserve, maintain and reclaim All elements of our homeland which will FOREVER be our base of existence as we remain true to our mission for we the people have the culture and the heritage of the determined, strong willed Gullah/Geechee Anointed People. This symbol has been established and put in motion a healing force that is to inspire this generation and those generations to come to work toward creating a stated of Gullah/Geechee peace, happiness, prosperity and well-being.


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