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Telling Our Own Story:
The WEYANOKE Association

Red-Black* History & Culture 
from Our Own Perspective

 
Who Are We? What Do We Do? More Information

Our Mission

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Our History

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Legacy of Weyanoke

Coming Together

Reflections On Being Red-Black

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Kwanzaa

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Growing Your Family Tree

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

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THE RED-BLACK CONNECTION
Contemporary Urban African Native Americans and their Stories of Dual Identity

Text & photography by Valena Broussard Dismukes

 

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