Documented Paper Genocide / Chief Walt Red Hawk Brown / William Byrd On The Nottoway Indians 1700’s

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Rebroadcast of the Interview by Barbara Hamm Lee, of (Another View) with Nottoway Indian Chief Walt “Red Hawk” Brown. Great Information on how American Indians were reclassified racially throughout history especially in the Walter Plecker era in Virginia.
We will also Read a bit from the Racial Integrity Act of Virginia and another article on documented paper genocide.

Also part of the interview discusses a primary source from the 1700’s by William Byrd on the description of the Nottoway Indians he encountered on his travel through Virginia.
Some of the quotes: “Dark Angels with Mahogany Skin”; “Very Dark Copper Complexion”

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