Rhoda Green and her husband Robert featured in NPR segment

26 Jul
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Two of our Friends of Charles Towne Landing members were interviewed recently for a segment on the NPR radio program Morning Edition.  The segment is titled “From Crape Myrtles To Long Houses, Charleston Is A ‘Big Barbados. Robert and Rhoda Green (past president and FoCTL Board member) are founders of the Barbados and The Carolinas Legacy Foundation, and during their NPR interview pointed out the many connections between Charleston and Barbados.  They offer personalized tours highlighting Charleston’s rich Caribbean history.

These tours begin at the home place of the original Carolina colony – Charles Towne Landing!

Read or listen to the interview on the NPR website.

Robert and Rhoda Green. Photo by NPR.

Robert and Rhoda Green. Photo by NPR.

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