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Robert Strongrivers

Robert Strongrivers "Catwabiy'eye" is an Indigenous Native American of Lower Creek and Seminole. Strongrivers is a descendant of the Ben York through York's Seminole connection and through the families of Moore, Porter, Mitchell, and Williams of North Carolina, Georgia, and Alabama. Strongrivers family settled in the area of Tensaw in Baldwin County Alabama along the Tensaw River which flows along and across the Chickasaw Junction and empties into the Mobile Bay. Strongrivers attended Alabama State University where he lectured throughout the state of Alabama on Religious Diversity and Early American Course Politics in the South. He has taught black Native American studies to many and is available for seminars on Self Empowerment and Self Consciousness. Strongrivers is currently in the process of writing a book on Black Native American Sovereignty in the United States. Strongrivers is currently the President of the National Olmec American Heritage and Research Committee (N.O.A.H. A.R.C.), an organization dedicated to the study and research of Black Native American Genealogy and Empowerment which focuses on teaching children and teens Black Native American history. He is also the founder and Goodwill Mediator in Dialog of the Indigenous Peoples of America Reconciliation of Diverse Tribes and Nations. IPARDTN is an organization that was founded to help mediate the relationship between Native Americans of different ethnic backgrounds and close the gap to Native American segregation. Strongrivers now resides in Northern Virginia with his wife and his daughter, Lien Pointingbird. Strongrivers and Pointingbird can be seen at many Powwows along the Eastcoast performing and striking up friendly conversation with all. If you would like to contact Robert Strongrivers, he can be reached at

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