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HISTORY OF THE GULLAH SENTINEL NEWSPAPER:
In September of 1997, Jabari Moketsi brought a dream to reality. This was the beginning of the first distribution of "The Gullah Sentinel Newspaper." Since that time 8,000 copies of the paper are being distributed throughout Beaufort County and the surrounding Lowcountry on a bi-weekly basis. Subscribers receive their copies in their mailboxes, while others pick them up at vending machines, schools, and churches within the African-American community.
The Gullah Sentinel IS the "Black voice of the Lowcountry." This area of the United States has a 33% African-American population, and is the home Gullah/Geechee people. The Gullah Sentinel spotlights news and events about and for African-Americans. It also keep readers informed about issues that directly affect them by focusing on the concerns of the community.
The Gullah Sentinel covers a variety of local and national news, editorials, social columns, church news and sports. This publication has started a local news tradition of being informative as well as entertaining.
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Beaufort, South Carolina 29902
Phone: (843) 379-0004
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