Explore a selection of compelling stories and videos about Native American Indians, African Americans and African Native Americans in Indian Country and Black America who are making a difference in our world. Celebrating the Black Indian Truth and America's cultural diversity. 

America Today: Black Indian or African Native American? People who call themselves "Black Indian" in America are people living in America of African-American descent, with significant Native American Indian ancestors, and with strong connections to Indian Country, Black America and its Native American culture, social, and historical traditions. A Black Indian is also called Afro Native American, Black American Indian, African Native American, Black Native American... I Love Ancestry is committed to bringing awareness about the crucial stories of heritage and diversity and the Black Indian Truth. Share this page with you friends, show some love to all African Native Americans "Black Indians" in today's society.

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LATEST STORIES OF AMERICA TODAY

Association of American Indian Farmers - AAIF

Association of American Indian Farmers - AAIF

The Association of American Indian Farmers (AAIF) is a national organization that provides outreach, advocacy and technical assistance across Native America. It provides access to state and national information concerning Agriculture through newsletters and other special online communication tools. It also facilitates networking with other American Indian Farmers and agriculture professionals.

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National Black Farmers Association's Got Your Back

National Black Farmers Association's Got Your Back

  The National Black Farmers Association (NBFA) is a non-profit organization representing Black American farmers and their families in the United States. NBFA's education and advocacy efforts have been focused on civil rights, land retention, access to public and private loans, education and agricultural training, and rural economic development for Black and other small farmers.

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Ashley Callingbull Mrs. Universe First Nations Warrior

Ashley Callingbull Mrs. Universe First Nations Warrior

Ashley Callingbull 'Burnham', First Nations Warrior and Mrs. Universe 2015. Ashley Callingbull is the first ever aboriginal winner of Mrs. Universe. We applaud her stance on important issues that directly affect indigenous people across North America. She gets political, and she doesn't care if you don't like it. The new Mrs. Universe is a First Nations Activist for First Nations Rights and environmental causes in Canada and h...

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Aranesa Turner, Beauty of Pomo and African Heritage

Aranesa Turner, Beauty of Pomo and African Heritage

Aranesa Turner of Pomo and African heritage is a member of the Big Valley Band of Pomo Indian. Her mother was born and raised on the Big Valley Rancheria reservation, and her father is Black American. She is believed to be the second American Indian to be selected for the main competition of American Idol (Charly Lowry, being the first).

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Indian Voices, Rose Davis, Native American Newspaper

Indian Voices, Rose Davis, Native American Newspaper

Celebrating Indian Voices, Native American Newspaper and Journalist, Activist Rose Davis in San Diego, California. Indian Voices is a community service that publishes monthly in San Diego. Besides a 24/7 online presence several  thousand hard copies go out to various sites including many of the Native American Indian Reservations in San Diego County.  

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Pura Fé: Musician, Singer, Mother, Native Activist

Pura Fé: Musician, Singer, Mother, Native Activist

"Pura Fé: Musician, Singer, Artist, Teacher, Mother, Native Activist" by Sonya Braxton. Pura Fé, born Pura Fé Antonia ("Toni") Crescioni of Tuscarora and Taino heritage is an accomplished songwriter, musician, singer, and the founding member of the internationally known Native women's a Capella trio, Ulali...now Ulali Project and Deer Clan Singers. Pura Fe tours and records extensively overseas with her s...

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Fee Adams Lady Xplicit, Afro-Navajo Hip Hop Artist

Fee Adams Lady Xplicit, Afro-Navajo Hip Hop Artist

"Celebrating Afro Native Hip Hop artist 'Lady X'" by Sheilah Dasher. Working with her tribe Lady X of Navajo and African heritage has helped promote safe sex awareness through her music, and youth reservation fundraising. Running a non-profit organization, Balance N Options, Lady X is dedicated to improving independent wealth and harvesting healthy lifestyles with a Native approach. She also uprooted her business I...

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Jihan Gearon, Mixed Black-Navajo (Diné) Advocate

Jihan Gearon, Mixed Black-Navajo (Diné) Advocate

Celebrating inspiring Jihan Gearon who is Diné (Navajo) and Black American.  Jihan Gearon is the Executive Director of the Black Mesa Water Coalition and an aggressive advocate of Indigenous Peoples rights and environmental justice as well as an active organizer, speaker, and writer on these issues.

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TRENDING STORIES OF AMERICA TODAY

YoNasDa Lonewolf Hill, Mixed Black-Lakota Activist

YoNasDa Lonewolf Hill, Mixed Black-Lakota Activist

YoNasDa Lonewolf Hill "Queen YoNasDa" is an activist, hip hop artist and curator of African and Lakota heritage. YoNasDa, pronounced Yo-Naja-Ha, meaning “Precious Jewel”, is an enrolled member of the Oglala Lakota Nation. "No Nation Ca...

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Shonda Buchanan: Who is Afraid of Black Indians?

Shonda Buchanan: Who is Afraid of Black Indians?

Shonda Buchanan of Choctaw, Coharie, Cherokee African Heritage is an Award-winning Poet and Fiction Writer. Shonda was born and raised in Kalamazoo, Michigan where she spent much of her adolescence curled up in libraries, bathtubs, and on her fro...

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Gyasi Ross, An Inspiring Writer, Attorney, Activist

Gyasi Ross, An Inspiring Writer, Attorney, Activist

Gyasi Ross is a member of the Blackfoot Nation and his family also comes from the Suquamish Tribe. He is a father, a writer, filmmaker, attorney and activist. Gyasi Ross is a graduate of Columbia Law School, currently practices law representing tri...

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