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Embrace Diversity and Inclusion at the Medical University of South Carolina.  The Office of Student Programs and Student Diversity promotes a campus environment that is welcoming and valuing of all people and the diversity in our human qualities and opinions. In addition, the office provides resources and support for students and groups that are underrepresented in the field of healthcare.

Celebrating Black History Month

Join the Office of Student Programs and Student Diversity as we celebrate Black History Month. Throughout the month of February, SPSD will sponsor engaging and informative educational and cultural programming. See details below.


SGA presents...Gullah/Geechee Master Storyteller

Tuesday, February 23, 2021
5:30 p.m., hosted on Zoom

RSVP on MUSC Engage!

Mrs. Prather

Please join us to hear renowned Gullah/Geechee Master Storyteller - Anita Singleton Prather (a.k.a. Aunt Pearlie Sue) for her performance of "Circle Unbroken: The Gullah Journey from Africa to America" on TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 23 at 5:30pm.

Mrs. Prather has performed in many parts of the world...her movies and t.v. documentaries have been featured on PBS nationwide, SCETV, CNN's United Shades of America, and the Cooking Channel to name a few! 

Aunt Pearlie Sue is a native of the Sea Islands of Beaufort, South Carolina.  She is a Master Storyteller and Writer, Gullah Geechee Heritage Scholar, Movie and Theater Producer, Lecturer, Recording Artist, Educator, Gullah Translator, Christian Comedian, and Founder/Director of the Gullah Kinfolk Traveling Theatre. 

She will be available to answer any questions at the end of her presentation - but you must Register/RSVP for this event to participate.  Don’t wait – register today!  

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