Compelling stories and videos of inspiring African Native Americans "Black Indians" in Indian Country and Black America, also called Afro Native Americans, Black American Indians or Black Native Americans. Celebrating Black Indian people and organizations which are making a difference in our world. America's cultural diversity today and the Black Indian Truth.

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,…
"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…
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…
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…
Sheilah Naajiibah Dasher is a young woman warrior with strength and fearlessness in her name. She is an experienced conference speaker, workshop facilitator and American Indian advocate. Naajiibah is a…
Mahlikah Awe:ri, Enml'ga't-Saqama'sgw Walking Woman, is a 9th generation Afro-Native Canadian of Haudenosaunee Kanien’kéha, Mi’kmaw First Nations and African heritage from Nova Scotia, is a drumtalk-poetic-rapologist, musician, hip hop MC,…
Support The Groovalottos, A Soul-Funk Band of Black Indian Song Keepers When selecting a core musical team for the 1st Gathering of the National Congress of Black American Indians, the…
Support The National Congress of Black American Indians (NCBAI) and "All Our Relations". Become a Member! Jay Winter NightWolf "Jay Waya Gola Sunoyi", originator and host of “The American Indian’s…
Lonnie Harrington was born in Tallahassee Florida in 1952 of African, Seminole, Cherokee, Choctaw, and Shawnee ancestry. With his Mother in 1957 he moved to Dania Florida to live with…
Based on materials provided by Raymond Watson of African and Narragansett heritage. Neesu Quanunon, Two Hawks Aka Raymond L. Watson is of Narragansett heritage through the royal lines of the…
Alvon Griffin of Seminole, Powhatan, Cherokee and African heritage. Alvon Griffin, originator and host of Two Worlds Indigenous Radio on WMNF 88.5FM (Tampa, FL) also teaches youth anger management &…
Julianne Jennings is a Nottoway- E. Pequot artist and educator with African and European heritage. Ms. Jennings has been teaching children and adults about the history and culture of the…
William Loren Katz is the author of Black Indians: A Hidden Heritage and 40 other books on African American history. His books have won awards and his research, writing and…
Mwalim of Mashpee Wampanoag and African heritage is a multifacetted performing artist, writer, media artist and educator. He is a keeper of the ‘Ahanaeenun’ (sacred clown) tradition as well as…
Penny Gamble-Williams of Wampanoag and African heritage is an activist involved in Native land, freedom of religion and sacred site issues, Indigenous and environmental rights. She is a member of…
Deerheart Hummingbird of African, Mexican and Choctaw heritage. Deerheart Hummingbird was born in Chicago, IL in 1957 to a Mexican and American Indian mother and a Black American father. She…
Based on materials from the website of Radmilla Cody, Miss Navajo 1997-98, Native American Music Awards Winner 2013 (NAMA) and Canyon Records. Radmilla Cody is the award winner of the…
 Shafiyq Reid-Ali's heritage is Cherokee, Chiricahua-Apache, Roanoke and Polish from Virginia and North Carolina. Shafiyq has made it a priority for him and his children to know there culture, heritage…
Based on materials from the website of Martha Redbone, an American singer, songwriter, producer and activist of Shawnee, Choctaw and African heritage. Redbone's role as a leading voice in both…
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…
Celebrating Michael Hondo Whisperingbull of African, Cherokee, Mvskokee Creek & Blackfoot Heritage. Hondo Whisperingbull is a traditional dancer in the New York pow wow circuit, Hondo strives to make Black…
Celebrating Maya Vildasola of Apache, Spanish & African heritage. Maya Vildasola is the artistic representation through her tattoo's of a beautiful blend of heritage which would probably not be considered…
Music Artist, Activist, Maimouna Youssef of African and Cherokee, Choctaw, Creek heritage is dedicated to the struggle for freedom and human rights. Her music exudes revolutionary consciousness, yearning for a…

African Native Americans or Black Indians? People who call themselves "Black Indians" are people living in America of African-American descent, with significant heritage of Native American Indian ancestry, and with strong connections to Indian Country and its Native American Indian culture, social, and historical traditions. Black Indians are also called African Native Americans, Black American Indians, Black Native Americans and Afro Native Americans ...

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