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Telling Our Own Story:
The WEYANOKE Association

Red-Black* History & Culture 
from Our Own Perspective


Saturday, August 9, 1:00 PM
Newsome House, 2803 Oak Ave at 28th St., Newport News

Van Miles
Dr. Arica L. Coleman, Professor, University of Delaware
William Harvey, African American Stamp Exhibit
Michael Cloud Butler, Anishinaabe
H. Khalif Khalifah, BlackbooksNOW & TheBlackList
Eastern Sky Native American Drum
Legacy of Weyanoke
Marsha Williams Dancers

Who Are We? What Do We Do? More Information

Our Mission

Our Name

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Our History

Our Brochure (.pdf)

Membership form (.pdf)

Legacy of Weyanoke

Coming Together

Reflections On Being Red-Black


Red & Black Symposium




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In the News

Recommended Reading

History & Culture Links

Growing Your Family Tree

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

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Contemporary Urban African Native Americans and their Stories of Dual Identity

Text & photography by Valena Broussard Dismukes


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Charles City, VA 23030

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