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Check out the latest video highlighting partners in the American Indian Center’s NC Native Asset Coalition to support the Coharie Tribe’s Great Coharie River Initiative, an effort to restore the health of the river to its fullest potential and inspire cultural revitalization. Students participating in a capstone course offered by Dr. David Salvesen of UNC Chapel Hill’s Institute for the Environment, collaborated with the Coharie Tribe to document oral histories related to the tribe and the Great Coharie River and research environmental impact and management strategies that would assist the tribe in river restoration and environmental stewardship efforts.

Click here to read the full article, “Taking a Classroom Beyond the Stone Walls”:


For more information about the NC Native Asset Coalition or the Great Coharie River Initiative partners, you may contact Christina Theodorou, Community Engagement Coordinator for the American Indian Center at or (919) 962-5528.

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