Undoubtedly, African Americans constitute a nation. We have a shared history, culture and language. We may have started out from diverse regions in Africa but due to the intermingling of various African ethnicities, widespread migration as slaves and early freed people and similar circumstances whatever differences that may have been there dissolved very quickly as our Black nation was forming. Notwithstanding this, there are still regional nuances that make Black people in the various regions unique from one another. Some of the regions that stick out for me include: Central Atlantic area, the Black Belt, Sea Islands off the coasts of South Carolina and Georgia, the Mid-South and the Gulf Coast area. What do you think are some of the unique regional variations among our people that add to the richness of who we are?