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19525
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In the early 20th-century, Native Americans still located in the southeast were embedded in the racial tensions of the regions. However, groups such as the Lumbee of North Carolina were able to manipulate, subvert, and adapt to the shifting tides of racial supremacy and provide for themselves access to education.
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31566
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This article profiles Betty Oxendine Mangum, a Lumbee Indian who’s a native of Robeson County. Mangum is the newly appointed director of the State Department of Indian Education, and the unofficial ombudsman for Indian educators and students. She aims to promote the legacy of Native Americans by developing a cultural enrichment program in schools.
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39443
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Brewer is a youth leader for the Lumbee tribe, teaching traditional cultural aspects such as song, dance, music, crafts, games, and more.