Voices wins Studs Terkel Award for Media and Journalism!

We are excited to announce that Voices of the Lumbee recently won the Studs Terkel Award for Media and Journalism from the Working Class Studies Association. An awards ceremony will be held at the association’s conference at Georgetown University at the end of May. The film will also be screened during the conference. We continue to seek venues to showcase the film and are happy that it continues to receive positive accolades. Many thanks to the Working Class Studies Association for this significant recognition.

~VotL Team

 

 

Dr. Jo Ann Chavis Lowery and her sister, Erlene, both from the Pembroke Heritage Elder’s group, attended the film screening at the Working-Class Studies Association conference held at Georgetown University.
Dr. Jo Ann Chavis Lowery and her sister, Erlene, both from the Pembroke Heritage Elder’s group, attended the film screening at the Working-Class Studies Association conference held at Georgetown University.