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23-01-2018
Brooks recalled as Lumbee icon, medical pioneer - Laurinburg Exchange

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Brooks recalled as Lumbee icon, medical pioneer
Laurinburg Exchange
Brooks was the first American Indian to join the medical staff at Southeastern Regional Medical Center, and from 1961 to 1973 he was the only doctor in Pembroke. Luckey Welsh, the former CEO of SRMC, said he will remember most of all Brooks' commitment ...

09-01-2018
American Indian women display work at gallery - The Robesonian

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American Indian women display work at gallery
The Robesonian
The exhibition features work originally displayed by the Guilford Native American Art Gallery in Greensboro and was organized with help from Rick Oxendine, executive director of the Guilford Native American Association. The title of the show is ...

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19-01-2018
Robeson County Schools Votes To Turn Over Elementary To Innovative School District - WUNC

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Robeson County Schools Votes To Turn Over Elementary To Innovative School District
WUNC
And they're wondering if outside managers will employ teachers who reflect the diversity of the school's roughly 250 students, about half African-American and a third Lumbee Indian. But the biggest looming question is whether an outside group can ...

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10-01-2018
Laurinburg Exchange - Laurinburg Exchange

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More importantly is the 130 years of incredible history the quilt embodies and the remarkable legacy left by its creator – Maggie Lowrie Locklear, daughter of Rhoda and Henry Berry Lowrie, who is considered by the Lumbee people as a pioneer of their ...

11-01-2018
Brooks leaves amazing legacy of achievement - The Robesonian

Brooks leaves amazing legacy of achievement
The Robesonian
In 1958, Brooks and his wife moved their young family south and settled in Pembroke, joining his younger brothers, all high-achievers — Howard, a pharmacist for more than 50 years, David, the first Lumbee veterinarian, Paul, the former Lumbee tribal ...

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09-01-2018
Woman donates 130-year-old quilt to UNCP - The Robesonian

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Woman donates 130-year-old quilt to UNCP
The Robesonian
More importantly is the 130 years of incredible history the quilt embodies and the remarkable legacy left by its creator – Maggie Lowrie Locklear, daughter of Rhoda and Henry Berry Lowrie, who is considered by the Lumbee people as a pioneer of their ...

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12-01-2018
Quilt sewn by Lowrie's daughter donated to UNCP museum - Richmond County Daily Journal

Richmond County Daily Journal

Quilt sewn by Lowrie's daughter donated to UNCP museum
Richmond County Daily Journal
More importantly is the 130 years of incredible history the quilt embodies and the remarkable legacy left by its creator — Maggie Lowrie Locklear, daughter of Rhoda and Henry Berry Lowrie, who is considered by the Lumbee people as a pioneer of their ...

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05-01-2018
Prospect students get dental plan - The Robesonian

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Prospect students get dental plan
The Robesonian
... from the ECU School of Dental Medicine's Community Service Learning Center-Robeson County; University of North Carolina at Pembroke students, and Fayetteville Technical Community College students. ECU operates a dental clinic on N.C. 711, near ...

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10-01-2018
Firemen's Museum fundraiser, Bridal Expo, Civic show highlight busy weekend - New Bern Sun Journal

New Bern Sun Journal

Firemen's Museum fundraiser, Bridal Expo, Civic show highlight busy weekend
New Bern Sun Journal
Tryon Palace will present “Lumbee Tribe Cultural Performance by Ryan Dial-Stanley” on Saturday. Dial-Stanley, a member of the Lumbee Tribe of N.C. and a student at UNC Chapel Hill, will describe and demonstrate different Indigenous performing arts such ...

17-01-2018
Lumbee bills working through Congress - Cherokee One Feather

Lumbee bills working through Congress
Cherokee One Feather
The Lumbee Recognition Act (H.R. 3650) was introduced in the U.S. House of Representatives on Aug. 11, 2017 by Rep. Robert Pittenger (R-NC). That Act seeks to amend the 1956 Lumbee Act and grant federal recognition to the Lumbee Tribe of North Carolina ...

20-09-2017
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