Report from Birdtown Rep. Smith on recent Washington, DC trip - Cherokee One Feather

Cherokee One Feather

Report from Birdtown Rep. Smith on recent Washington, DC trip
Cherokee One Feather
From there, we headed on to the Hart Senate office Building to meet with Senate Indian Affairs Committee Chairman John Hoeven (R-ND) and Mike Andrews, staff director. The meeting started off on the Discussion of the Lumbee Recognition Bill. Just so you ...

14-08-2017
Tribe, FEMA sign pact - The Robesonian

The Robesonian

Tribe, FEMA sign pact
The Robesonian
Harvey Godwin Jr., chairman of the Lumbee Tribe, on Monday joins Nicholas Burk, of the N.C. Division of Emergency Management, and Libby Turner, a FEMA coordinating officer, in signing a partnership agreement that will help bring needed resources for ...

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08-08-2017
Could violence happen here? - Richmond County Daily Journal

Could violence happen here?
Richmond County Daily Journal
During a similar rally in Robeson County, however, crowds of Lumbee Indians chased away rapidly disrobing Klansmen. Cadieu chuckled while telling the story, adding that “I guess Richmond County doesn't get excited that easily.” • A few years later, a ...

15-08-2017
Godwin upbeat after DC meeting with key congressmen - The Robesonian

The Robesonian

Godwin upbeat after DC meeting with key congressmen
The Robesonian
against the United States Constitution with their actions regarding U.S./State citizens with Lumbee Indian ancestry/race! United States Supreme Court ADARAND CONSTRUCTORS, INC. v. PENA, (1995) No. 93-1841 Argued: January 17, 1995 Decided: June ...

29-07-2017
Godwin high on recognition - The Robesonian

The Robesonian

Godwin high on recognition
The Robesonian
PEMBROKE — After a visit last week to the White House, the chairman of the Lumbee Tribe of North Carolina is ready to put a timetable on federal recognition, saying he will be disappointed if that does not happen during the calendar year. Harvey ...

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06-08-2017
Homecoming a big economic boost for Pembroke - The Robesonian

The Robesonian

Homecoming a big economic boost for Pembroke
The Robesonian
He's been selling American Indian-inspired works of art for 45 years at Lumbee Homecoming. Pembroke Mayor Greg Cummings said the town took in approximately $20,000 in golf cart permits, at $20 a piece. The town spends weeks before Homecoming ...

05-08-2017
Report from Chairman Taylor on recent Washington, DC trip - Cherokee One Feather

Cherokee One Feather

Report from Chairman Taylor on recent Washington, DC trip
Cherokee One Feather
Last week, I had the opportunity to travel to Washington, DC and had some very productive meetings with Mike Andrews, staff director for the Senate Indian Affairs Committee for Senator John Hoeven (R-ND), chairman of the Senate Indian Affairs Committee ...

14-08-2017
The Suffering And Corruption That Produced James Jordan's Killers - Deadspin

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The Suffering And Corruption That Produced James Jordan's Killers
Deadspin
Larry Demery is Indian, one of 40,000 Lumbee in Robeson County; Daniel Green is black. “Anytime you look down the street and you see a black and an Indian guy, you've got crime. You know you're not supposed to look at things like that, but that's the ...

19-07-2017
Tribal Council goes silent on sanctions against member - The Robesonian

The Robesonian

Tribal Council goes silent on sanctions against member
The Robesonian
Held the swearing-in ceremony for new members of the Lumbee Supreme Court. The new justices are Landon Everette Moore and Joshua Dale Malcolm. — Approved the establishment of an educational scholarship fund. — Approved sending a letter to The ...

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21-07-2017
Vet Med partnership with UNC Pembroke to strengthen industry workforce, diversity - Tuskegee University

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Vet Med partnership with UNC Pembroke to strengthen industry workforce, diversity
Tuskegee University
In 1887, the state established the Croatan Normal Indian School, which is today the University of North Carolina at Pembroke. The 55,000 members of the Lumbee Tribe of North Carolina reside primarily in Robeson, Hoke, Cumberland and Scotland counties ...

31-07-2017
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