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The Lumbee Indians: An American Struggle
Malinda Lowery, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

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Lumbee Indians and the Wider Native American Experience- Part 2 (Media Coverage)
Publication: Wide Angle, Arlington Community Media
Date: 7/3/2018
Abstract: This video features discussion of the Lumbee and Native American Experience. This video was created in coordination with Arlington Community Media, Inc. in Arlington, MA. ACMi is dedicated to providing an electronic forum for the free exchange of information and ideas which reflect the talents, skills, interests, concerns, and diversity of the Arlington, Massachusetts community.

Lumbee Indians and the Wider Native American Experience: Part One with Peter Bermudes (Review)
Publication: Wide Angle: Arlington Community Media
Date: 6/28/2018
Abstract: Joining host Peter Bermudes for a special two-part conversation about the Native American experience is Professor Malinda Maynor Lowery, an associate professor of history at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, as well as the director of the Center for the Study of the American South.

Lumbee Scholar And Filmmaker Malinda Maynor Lowery Explores "What Makes A 'Real Indian'" (Review)
Publication: WUNC
Date: 12/5/2016
Abstract: Malinda Maynor Lowery is a Lumbee Indian whose family goes back more than 10 generations in Robeson County. Lowery was born in Lumberton, N.C. but raised in Durham, where from an early age, she often fielded the question, “what are you?” Although she grew up in a family with a strong sense of Native identity, this question stayed with her much of her life, and eventually became the subject of much of her academic and documentary work.

The Last Word with Abigail Adler (Media Coverage)
Date: 12/11/2021

The Lumbee Tribe's Long Fight for Self-Determination (Media Coverage)
Publication: The State of Things
Date: 12/11/2021