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YoungStroke Inspires Duke STEAM Challenge Winners

Last summer, YoungStroke’s Amy Edmunds received an unexpected response to her presentation before the Commission of the Gullah Geechee’s Cultural Heritage Corridor. Four B. N. Duke Scholars approached her to request opportunities to volunteer in her office during their leisure time to learn more about YoungStroke’s research and education initiatives. More
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Colin Quashie Partners with YoungStroke

Charleston artist Colin Quashie will partner with YoungStroke to launch its BrushStroke initiative. The South Carolina Arts Commission awarded pilot funding for implementation in 2014. The primary objective of the project is to enhance awareness of stroke’s risk and prevalence within the Gullah Geechee Cultural Heritage Corridor. More
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