As Freedom Grows

As Freedom Grows

As Freedom Grows A National Endowment for the Humanities Landmarks of American History and Culture Workshop The Legacy ofEarly African Americans &the Gullah-Geechee People During this seven-day workshop, explore the history and cultural legacy of Gullah-Geechee...
Called to this work

Called to this work

By Christen Higgins Clougherty, Ph.D., Executive Director, Nobis Project Four years ago, on the day after the election, I awoke very early to catch a flight from Savannah to New York City where I was to lead a workshop on Nobis Project’s Social Justice Framework for...
Trinidad

Trinidad

Trinidad Ethical Global Engagement: Envisioning A New Approach to Travel download draft itenerary Program Includes: Cultural Immersion: Hear from Trinbagonian community leaders and learn about their struggles and successes. Savor a Trinbagonian meals with a...
Moving Towards Action – Next Steps for Racial Justice

Moving Towards Action – Next Steps for Racial Justice

By Josiah “Jazz” Watts, Nobis Project facilitator – On February 23rd, 2020, an unarmed Black man was murdered while jogging in a neighborhood local to his home in Brunswick, GA. His name was Ahmaud Arbery and he was a Sapelo Island descendent, a son, a brother,...