It's Not Even Past - Carolina Indian Voice

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It's Not Even Past - Carolina Indian Voice

  1. 1. “It’s Not Even Past” Collective Memory and Constitutive Rhetoricin a Lumbee Indian NewspaperRobeson County, North Carolina
  2. 2. Primary sources:Carolina Indian VoicearchiveIn-depth interviewsMethod:Interpretive textual analysis 1975-1977Theory:Constitutive rhetoric through the use ofcollective memory and symbolism
  3. 3. The Carolina Indian Voice E Bruce Barton, founding editor, 1973 Conee Barton Brayboy, associate editor
  4. 4. Memory embodies identity• Contested history that collapsed time and space into a continuous past• A shared standpoint of historical suffering and injustice• A language of symbolism that was legible and mutually understood

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