The Life and Legacy of Georgia Geechee Susie King Taylor
A website created by the Susie King Taylor Women's Institute & Ecology Center for research and exhibition purposes.
Hermina Glass-Hill, director of the Susie King Taylor Institute in Midway, Georgia, is a writer, historian, preservationist, and sustainability advocate who has been a voice for environmental justice and human rights for more than twenty years.
We, the Susie King Taylor Women's Institute and Ecology Center and the Coastal Black Women's Ocean Memory and Conservation Collective, are humbled to partner with Nuclear Watch South, Beyond Trident, and Connecting the Dots in standing for life and against nuclear weapons. We celebrate the U.N. Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons which goes into force January 22, 2021.🌍🌊🐳 Among other aspects of the environment and coastal ecosystems, our work as Black environmenta