List of people of African-American and Native American ancestry

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This is a list of notable people that are a mixture of African American and Native American. No claim is made that any of these individuals are enrolled members of Native American tribes, unless their entry explicits makes that statement.

Notable people of African-Native American mixture

Nahshon Dion Anderson Los Angeles, California, 2011
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Radmilla Cody singing "The Star-Spangled Banner in Navajo at the Kennedy Space Center, 2010

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