Gadugi Means Together

The Cherokee word Gadugi (Gaw-doo-jee) roughly translates to “Together,” but it means so much more. The concept of Gadugi goes back to the Cherokee tradition of the entire town or village gathering together to harvest the fields making sure that all, especially the elderly and infirm were adequately taken care of.  Gadugi can be applied in a time of crisis and uncertainty. Hear how.

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