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Miss Indian North Carolina 2024-2025
Miss Zianne
Richardson
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United Tribes of North Carolina sponsored Miss Indian North Carolina 2025 pageant will be held on February 8, 2025 at the Sampson County Exposition Center, 414 Warsaw Road, Clinton NC.
Click here for tickets in advance. $15.00 ea. Tickets will also be sold at the door on the day of the pageant. The winner will represent all 8 state-recognized  tribes and 4 urban Indian organizations in North Carolina as Miss Indian North Carolina.

Save the Date

50th Anniversary Unity Conference

2025 Unity conference will  be held at the Sheraton Koury Convention Center, Greensboro, NC. 3721 West Gate Blvd.

United Tribes of NC will be hosting a variety of virtual workshops throughout the year starting  July 25, 2024

United Tribes Virtual Workshop, Thursday, July 25, 2024 7-8 pm


Understanding and Preventing Extractive Research
Workshop Coordinator: Ryan E. Emanuel (Lumbee), Associate Professor, Duke University

Extractive research “talks over” Indigenous peoples, silencing our voices by taking knowledge and materials away from our communities for colonial projects. Left unanswered, such research feeds disinformation that undermines tribal sovereignty. We provide a brief overview of the tragic history of extractive research, explain how it threatens tribal self-determination, and offer recommendations for healing the harms of extractive research and for preventing it from happening in the future. We invite participants to share stories from their own communities about extractive research as part of an interactive discussion about strategies to overcome and prevent this type of harm.

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