Veteran Radio News Anchor/Announcer, R.H. Brown enjoys being seen, as well as heard. WCBI TV and Living Manna Church of West Point, MS, where Brown has pastored a flock since 1993 gives him that avenue. This Vietnam Era Army medic who served in Okinawa has written an autobiographical book of unique experiences spanning over half a century. Brown is a graduate of Roxbury Community College of Boston, Massachusetts and is a master’s degree candidate at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary Boston.
The book, Call Me Gullah: An American Heritage is a fascinating literary piece depicting the life of one sea island family from South Carolina. See how this rich legacy of the Gullah people has been preserved for hundreds of years. First time author R.H. Brown shines the spotlight on descendents of his family, also know as Geechee. Brown suggests, 75 percent of African Americans in the country remain unaware of this unique cultural group.
R.H. Brown grew up Gullah on St. Helena Island, South Carolina, not far from where Dr. Martin Luther King held strategy meetings at Penn Center.
Call Me Gullah: An American Heritage, non fiction/autobiographical/cultural, published: by Authorhouse 2005, second edition Published by: R. H. Brown & Company, December 2006, 167 pages ISBN: 978-0-9779894-0-9. To order call: 662-494-8788 or paperback and kindle via amazon.com.