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Sapelo Island Sugarcane Block Print

Sapelo Island Sugarcane Block Print


Small, very limited edition run (10 total) of original block prints. Hand-carved sugarcane plant, printed on a map of Sapelo Sound. 12x16 inches. Free local pickup in Athens, GA, or shipped rolled in a cardboard tube for protection.


Half of all sales go directly to the Cornelia Walker Bailey Program. About the program, from their website:


"Cornelia Walker Bailey was an inspiring storyteller and politically engaged resident of Sapelo Island’s Hogg Hummock community who fought for the cultural survival of one of the most intact remaining Gullah-Geechee communities in the United States. She passed away on October 15, 2017.


Working in a model of community-based social science, The University of Georgia’s Cornelia Walker Bailey Program on Land and Agriculture seeks to address important questions on the history, present status, and future of agriculture, property politics and related issues on Sapelo Island.


The Cornelia Walker Bailey Program is co-directed by Nik Heynen and Maurice Bailey and was founded to honor Ms. Bailey’s legacy."

Orders over $150 ship free in the US

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