Cornel West, Ph.D., on Friday gave the inaugural keynote address for Coastal Carolina University’s Charles Joyner Institute of Gullah and African Diaspora Studies. West touched on aspects of love, the Gullah culture, and race during his speech.
Cornel West, Ph.D., on Friday gave the inaugural keynote address for Coastal Carolina University’s Charles Joyner Institute of Gullah and African Diaspora Studies. West touched on aspects of love, the Gullah culture, and race during his speech. Christian Boschult cboschult@thesunnews.com
Cornel West, Ph.D., on Friday gave the inaugural keynote address for Coastal Carolina University’s Charles Joyner Institute of Gullah and African Diaspora Studies. West touched on aspects of love, the Gullah culture, and race during his speech. Christian Boschult cboschult@thesunnews.com

Cornel West speech marks inauguration of Gullah-focused CCU institute

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