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TV indigenous people of North America cespecfed and honored Mother ?arth because she nurtured and
provided them with tV essentials of life. Their campfire stories, often filled with laughter, taught lessons from tV
Great Almighty; how he encouraged them to live harmoniously with themselves and others; and how he taught them
to treat and respect all things as a living spirit. This was V Way for them.
Yet, the Newcomers to this bountiful country tabled the Native Americans-the First ones on tV land-as
uncivilized, barbarous, and bloodthirsty savages. This point of view overwhelmed tV Native Americans, and set the
stage for how history would ultimately treat them. Policies and programs, so often translated through BJA
directives, many times abolished Native American identities. The First Ones on the Land were demoralized,
shamed, and dropped on tV doorstep of distinction. Jn spite of history, some tribes survived while otVrs were not
Today, despite history's backward glance, there is a current effort by Native Americans to retain what
they hatre left of their Traditions, their Culture, -tVir-bonguoge,
Vir Land. They have survived!
As my next print? "Bold Spirit" ?0 have depicted a
Alotive American with one foot firmly planted in the past, and
, the other pointed westward. On this print, the Iivin0 spirit of the
; Ancestral past, and the discipline demanded of one wall<in0
1 the paths of Righteousness and Success portrays the /slative
\me.rican in today's modern society? A" dressed up with
somewhere to go.
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by Garry Lewis Barton
180-page book, including 20 pages of photographs and sketches,
telling the story of Henry Berry Lowry, Robeson County Indian
who ruled Robeson County from f?65 - 1872
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and send to:
P.O. Box 2225
Pembroke, N.C. 28372
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Commission on Drug Abuse
Go* Jim Hum named 20 North
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people thtifc committed to helping
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and prevention effort*. Hunt aid.
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and experience to the table aa we
work to boner fbcue and coordinate
' these efforts, and aa we oombat drug
and tocohol abuae."
Hunt has also aet up a aew Ofltoe
of Subataace Abuae FwcQr by Execu
tive Order, to support the work of the
commission That office will help
rrtabtiah a unified Male policy on
substance abuae treatment and
prevention, and work to ensure that
stale and federal funds are uaodwiaely.
Tlisls pert of the Governor's on
going efforts to improve MtMN
programs in ike stale. During the
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' Adding 300 new facility beds for
more serious drug oflenders leased
from private akanot and drug trent
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MJ>. at Brooks Medical Clinic.
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