Carolina In Color: The Untold History of the Indigenous Peoples of the Carolinas | Stanford L Warren Branch Library | Page: Lectures Etc. | Indy Week
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Carolina In Color: The Untold History of the Indigenous Peoples of the Carolinas 

When: Sat., Feb. 6, 7 p.m. 2016
Price: free
Bro. Shem El in explores the legacy of ancient Tri-Racial Isolate groups in the Carolinas, presenting a part of North Carolina history that has seldom been told. In light of modern day terms such as "transracial" (made popular by Rachel Dolezal), this presentation attempts to address today’s social dilemmas.
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