The Purdue Black Cultural Center is launching a new electronic publication – Culture Briefs. The Culture Briefs are intended to educate the Purdue community on a variety of topics related to the African American experience. This fall, the Culture Briefs will be directly tied to the BCC fall semester theme “Gullah Folklore: (Re)membering Our Pathways Through Low Country Legacies”. The Briefs feature researched content while providing a quick overview of a highlighted aspect of Gullah culture. It is our hope that the Culture Briefs will serve to expand the knowledge of the reader and provide deeper insight into prevalent themes in African American culture.