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Telling Our Own Story: The WEYANOKE Association

Red-Black History & Culture from Our Own Perspective

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The Weyanoke Association promotes research in, and the sharing of, Black (African and American African) and Red (Native American or Indian) history and culture, and the places where they intersect.

The Weyanoke Association has a rich history.  Read about how and why we came to be who we are.


Join us!

$25.00 (tax exempt)


25 pre-approved volunteer hours per calendar year.


Watch Hugh Harrell's interview on the Round Robin Show (Hampton, VA) with music from our United States Colored Troops Ensemble

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Listen to our Legacy of Weyanoke vocal ensemble

500 Nations
This Little Light
Wolf's Song
Wuz'n Dat A Pidy
Arapaho Invocation
Island in the Sun
Iba Orisha
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