Zianne Richardson (MihÁ:oknaho:) and Evynn Richardson (Ksé:hahiyé) hail from Halifax County and are members of the Haliwa-Saponi tribe. Zianne, a UNC senior and Morehead-Cain scholar who majors in Human Development… Read more »
For Alayah, public health has always been an interest even when she was unsure of which path she would take in higher education. Alayah Johnson-Jennings (Choctaw, Quapaw, Sac and Fox,… Read more »
Bri Alonso-Vazquez (Nahua) has always felt strongly about her identity and tries to incorporate that into everything she does. Her journey at Carolina was a rocky start, unsure of where… Read more »
On January 20, 2023, the American Indian Center held a Healthy Native North Carolinians (HNNC) Network gathering at the North Carolina Botanical Garden! The event served as an opportunity to… Read more »
Isabella Lane (she/they) is the recipient of the 2022-2023 Faith Danielle Hedgepeth Award. Her Indigeneity goes back to Mexico, specifically the Chichimeca Tribe. She is currently a sophomore UNC student… Read more »
2022-2023 AIC Scholastic Awards During this 2022-2023 academic year, the UNC American Indian Center will be offering two monetary, scholastic awards for students that have demonstrated an interest in serving… Read more »
This year the American Indian Center awarded four fantastic Tar Heels with the 2021-2022 Carolina Native Service Scholars Award: Dalton Locklear (Lumbee), Lyric Locklear (Lumbee), Halona Lewis (Lumbee), and Elson… Read more »
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