Around the world, African Diasporic communities are able to breathe life into the cultures they have created by creating vehicles to carry the culture forward. Through those vehicles, cultures are able to be kept alive, evolve and show the diversity and wide ranging applications of that culture across those communities. A brother and sister, descendants of the enslaved from West Africa, are determined to find how modernizing their culture can keep it alive. Enlisting four Gullah Geechee musicians from South Carolina and four musicians from West Africa, they find the key: music. 

Director | Sherard Duvall