In the city of Kabala, in Sierra Leone, residents speak their native tongue, as well as a Creole language called "Krio," which is similar in many ways to the Gullah language spoken by the Gullah-Geechee.
Newman, B. (2020, October 1). Gullah Roots [Video]. SCETV.
Chicago Manual Citation:
Newman, Betsy, dir. "Gullah and Krio Languages." Gullah Roots.
South Carolina ETV. Video File. October, 2020.
Newman, Betsy. "Gullah Roots." South Carolina ETV, 1 October 2020,
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