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Telling Our Own Story:
The WEYANOKE Association

Red-Black* History & Culture 
from Our Own Perspective


Legacy of Weyanoke

is performing at the
Jefferson School African American Heritage Center
233 4th St., NW, Charlottesville VA
Saturday, June 18th
Come hear us!

Coming Together Festival & Potluck!!

Saturday, August 13th, 2016 at 12:00 Noon
1444 N. Washington St., Henrico, VA 23075 (Highland Springs)
Directions: Take I-64 or I-95 to I-295 near Richmond
Take exit 31B and in about 2 minutes turn right onto N. Washington St.
Donations appreciated. Carpool if you can.
804-878-3167, 757-826-6437 or weyanoke@weyanoke.org for more information.

Bring a chair and a dish to share!

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*  Of both Native American and African descent; also known as "Black Indian."

Black Indians by
William Loren Katz
(New edition!)
That the Blood Stay Pure:
African Americans, Native Americans, and the Predicament of Race and Identity in Virginia
by Arica Coleman
Contemporary Urban African Native Americans and their Stories of Dual Identity
by Valena Broussard Dismukes
Who's Afraid of Black Indians? Poetry by Shonda Buchanan

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Charles City, VA 23030

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Last update: 11/10/2015
Live date: 08/09/2003
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