Activism since the late 1980s

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Record Number Citation
HAHN001

Hahn, Jonathan. “North Carolina hits the brakes on the Atlantic Coast Pipeline.” The Sierra Club [Oakland, California] September 15, 2017.

ROBE014

"Duke’s decision to recycle coal ash helps with PR problem [Editorial]." The Robesonian [Lumberton, NC]. September 6, 2017.

DEVA003

Devane, Steve. “Professor: Pipeline to negatively affect economy via climate change." The Fayetteville Observer [Fayetteville, NC] August 17, 2017.

SHIL065

Shiles, Bob. "Tribe, FEMA sign pact.” Red Springs Citizen [Red Springs, NC]. August 8, 2017.

SHIL074

Shiles, Bob. "County balks at giving pipeline permit." Red Springs Citizen [Red Springs, NC]. July 17, 2017.

POLL003

Pollitt, Phoebe. “The Lumbee Indian Nurses.” Minority Nurse, Springer Publishing Company. November 19, 2015.

YEAD001

Yeadon, Tim. “Hundreds mourn, remember Revels.” Greensboro News & Record (Greensboro, NC). July 14, 2003

POLL001

“Poll: Hatcher has cost county jobs.” Robesonian 18 January 2000: 4A

PATT001

Patterson, Oscar, III. “The press held hostage: terrorism in a small North Carolina town.” American Journalism 15.4 (Fall 1998): 125-39.

WOOL000

Woolverton, Paul. “Robeson County tugs at Eddie Hatcher.” Fayetteville (North Carolina) Observer-Times 29 June 1998 (Monday).

TAKE001

Hatcher, Eddie, David Hardy, and Taylor Sisk. Takeover: The trials of Eddie Hatcher. Videotape. 103 min. Morrisville, NC : Take One Productions, 1997.

WITT004

“Jacobs speaks out about Eddie Hatcher.” Robesonian 27 February 1994: 1A.

1300

Ruffin, Jane. “UNC-CH Law Teacher Loses Appeal of Contempt Case.” Raleigh News and Observer 18 Dec. 1991: 2B.

1299

Carter, Kevin. “Conspiracy to Kill Native American Activist?” GreenLine Nov. 1991: 10-11.

1298

Seessel, Adam. “Coalition Struggles in Robeson County.” Southern Exposure 19.2 (Summer 1991): 7.

LAWY001

"Lawyers ripped, but sanctions reduced.” UPI-BC Cycle. Regional News: Virginia. 20 Sept. 1990. 599 words.

1297

Rhodes, Barbara. “Private Probe Questions Pierce Death.” Robesonian 26 Aug. 1990: 1A.

1296

Rhodes, Barbara, and John Culbreth. “Jacobs Released from Jail, Plans to Stay in Charlotte.” Robesonian 24 July 1990: 1A.

1295

Rhodes, Barbara. “Guilty Plea Gets Chavis Suspended Sentence in Trial.” Robesonian 5 June 1990: 8A.

1294

Rhodes, Barbara. “Hatcher’s Attorney Sued for $1 Million in Damages.” Robesonian 1 May 1990: 1A.

1293

“Hatcher Sues Hostage, Newspaper Thru Counterclaim.” News of Robeson County 4 April 1990: 1.

1292

“Cummings Family Accepts $65,000 Suit Settlement.” Robesonian 14 March 1990: 1A.

1291

Dew, Joe, and Julie Powers Rives. “Minorities Seeing Changes in Robeson County.” News and Observer 19 Feb. 1990: 1B.

1290

“Kunstler: Case Was Winnable.” Robesonian 15 Feb. 1990: 1A.

1289

“Hatcher Gets 18 Years After Guilty Plea.” Robesonian 14 Feb. 1990: 1A.

1288

“Former Hostage Suing Hatcher.” Robesonian 25 Jan. 1990: 1A.

1285

“Hatcher Attorneys Fined.” Charlotte Observer 30 Sept. 1989: 5B.

1284

“Nakell: Morgan Killed ... County Probe.” Robesonian 22 Aug. 1989: 1A.

1283

Bailey, Sean M. “Lawyers Deny Claim They Filed Frivolous Lawsuit Against State.” News and Observer 8 Aug. 1989: 1C.

1282

“State Rebukes Hatcher-Jacobs Lawyers.” Robesonian 15 June 1989: 1.

1281

“Witness’ No-Show Postpones Trial of Sandy Chavis.” Robesonian 13 June 1989: 1A.

1280

“County DA, Ex-Hostage Oppose Similar ‘Deal’ with Hatcher.” Robesonian 5 May 1989: 1A.

1279

“Jacobs Gets 6 Years Active After Guilty Plea.” Robesonian 4 May 1989: 1A.

1278

Pitts, Lewis. “Available Evidence Warrants an Investigation.” Robesonian 27 April 1989: 4A.

1277

“AG’s Office: Hatcher’s Suit Has No Basis.” Robesonian 6 April 1989: B1.

1276

“130 Attend Memorial Honoring Godwin, Pierce.” Robesonian 28 March 1989: 1A.

1275

Godfrey, R. L. “Venue Changed for Chavis Trial.” Robesonian 24 March 1989: 1A.

1274

“Judge in N.Y. Rejects Jacobs’s Bid for Asylum.” Charlotte Observer 15 March 1989: 4E.

1273

Godfrey, R. L. “Witnesses: No Fair Trial for Chavis in County.” Robesonian 14 March 1989: 1A.

1272

“Hatcher Faces Federal Charges in Extradition Battle.” Charlotte Observer 14 March 1989: 3D.

1271

Godfrey, R. L. “Mrs. Cummings, Son, Each Get 26-Month Terms.” Robesonian 12 March 1989: 1A.

1270

“Hatcher Arrested After Soviets Refuse to Grant Asylum Plea.” Asheville Citizen 11 March 1989: 1A.

1267

Henderson, Bruce. “A Year Later, Elements Still Linger in Robeson Hostage Drama." Charlotte Observer 1 Feb. 1989: 1B.

1268

Menges, Jerri. “Feb. 1, 1988: Impact of Hostage Incident Debated.” Robesonian 1 Feb. 1989: 1A.

1269

Menges, Jerri. “Reporter Honored for Bravery in Takeover.” Robesonian 1 Feb. 1989: 1B.

1266

Segrest, Mab. 1988 Report: Bigoted Violence and Hate Groups in North Carolina. Durham: North Carolinians Against Racist and Religious Violence, 1989. Pp. 7-9.

OBRI001

O'Brien, William. “A truth to set them free: scenes from Robeson County.” The Other Side 25 (January-February 1989): 22-28.

1286

Emerson, Pamela Marie. “A Newspaper Held Hostage: A Case Study of Terrorism and the Media.” Honors essay. Chapel Hill: School of Journalism, U of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1989. 71 p. [UNC-WL]

1287

Huck, Susan. Legal Terrorism: The Truth about the Christic Institute. McLean, VA: New World Publishing, 1989. Pp. 122-34.

1265

Horne, Bob. “Remorseful Jacobs: Hatcher ‘Has Just Destroyed Me’.” Robesonian 21 Dec. 1988: 1A.

1263

“Hatcher Flees, Takes Sanctuary in N.Y.” Robesonian 18 Dec. 1988: 1A.

1264

Godfrey, R. L. “Gov. Martin Names New D.A., Judge.” Robesonian 18 Dec. 1988: 1A.

1262

“Hatcher Demands Counsel of Choice.” Robesonian 7 Dec. 1988: 1A.

1256

Barreiro, José. “Drug Terror at Lumbee: Does Justice Mean ‘Just-Us’ in Robeson County?” Daybreak 2.2 (Midwinter 1988): 13, 15-16, 28-29, 35.

1260

“First Words.” Northeast Indian Quarterly 5.4 (Winter 1988): 2-3, 52.

1257

Barreiro, José. “One Murder Too Many: The Assassination of Julian Pierce.” Daybreak 2.2 (Midwinter 1988): 14.

1255

“The Fire is Corruption.” Daybreak 2.2 (Midwinter 1988): 37.

1259

A County on the Brink. Videotape. “Stateline.” University of North Carolina Center for Public Television and WTVD, Raleigh. Broadcast: 3 Nov. 1988.

1258

“Reporter Threatens Lawsuit Against Tuscarora Activists.” IPN Weekly Report [Highland, MD: Crowflying] 4.44 (1 Nov. 1988): 3-4.

1254

“Martin’s Task Force Presented Documents ‘Proving Drug Trafficking’.” Robesonian 30 Oct. 1988: 1A.

1253

Ola, Akinshiju C. “It Is the People Who Have Brought Justice, Not the System.” The Guardian: Independent Radical Newsweekly 26 Oct. 1988: 3.

1252

Menges, Jerri. “Britt Doing Groundwork for Possible State Charges.” Robesonian 20 Oct. 1988: 1A.

1251

Henderson, Bruce. “Acquittals Draw Protest.” Charlotte Observer 19 Oct. 1988: C1.

1250

“Robeson Group Seeks Focus on Old Problems.” Fayetteville Observer 17 Oct. 1988: 1B.

1249

Wilkie, Lorrie. “Robesonian Staffers Express Disbelief.” Fayetteville Observer/Fayetteville Times 15 Oct. 1988: 1B.

1248

Rives, Julie Powers. “Jury Finds Indian Pair Not Guilty.” News and Observer 15 Oct. 1988: 1A.

1247

Henderson, Bruce. “No One Was to Be Hurt in Siege, Jacobs Said.” Charlotte Observer 12 Oct. 1988: 4B.

1246

Hitt, Greg. “Indians Get Sympathy of Editor.” Winston-Salem Journal 1 Oct. 1988: 5.

1245

Hitt, Greg. “Hatcher Accuses Government: 40 Indictments Put Off to Get Convictions, Attorney Says.” Winston-Salem Journal 27 Sept. 1988: 15.

1244

“Judge Allows Necessity Defense for Hatcher.” Greensboro News & Record 25 Sept. 1988: C5.

1243

Marson, Stephen M. “The Murder of Julian Pierce: Can Sandy Jordan Chavis Receive a Fair Trial?” Report submitted to Evander M. Britt et al., attorneys at law. Lumberton: Marson and Associates, 13 Aug. 1988. 18 p.

1242

Flesher, John. “Hostage-Trial Defendant Says 13 Witnesses Dead, Others Are Threatened.” Charlotte Observer 6 Aug. 1988: 3E.

1241

“Tuscarora Activists Released on Bond.” IPN Weekly Report [Highland, MD: Crowflying] 15 July 1988.

1235

“Drug Terror at Lumbee: Prosecutor Becomes Judge over Murdered Opponent.” Daybreak 2.3 (Summer 1988): [28].

1228

“Background Paper on Robeson County, North Carolina: A Special Report Prepared for the Fannie Lou Hamer Convention, July 1988.” Lumberton: Center for Community Action/CALC, 1988. 2 p.

1240

“Robeson Compromise Reached on Britt Judgeship.” Fayetteville Observer/Fayetteville Times 25 June 1988: 1A.

1239

Urban, Rob. “Report on Robeson: Proof of Corruption Sparse.” Charlotte Observer 15 June 1988: C1.

1238

North Carolina. Office of the Governor. Robeson County Task Force. Interim Report. By Phillip J. Kirk, Jr., Chairman. Raleigh, 8 June 1988.

1234

Mangiameli, M. “Hunt Gets 30 Year Sentence.” Robesonian 29 May 1988: 1A.

1233

Segrest, Mab. “Robeson County’s ‘Third World Ills’.” Christian Century 11 May 1988: 468-69. Rpt. (with modifications) in: Southern Changes [Atlanta: Southern Regional Council] 10.4 (July/Aug. 1988): 14-16.

1232

“Motive for Slaying of Lumbee Indian Activist Is Questionable.” IPN Weekly Report [Highland, MD: Crowflying] 6 May 1988.

1231

Shapiro, Joseph P., and Ronald A. Taylor. “There’s Trouble in Robeson County.” U.S. News and World Report 104.17 (2 May 1988): 24, 27.

1230

Wright, Ed. “Judgement Day in Robeson County: Forcing a Community to Face Its Past.” Southern Magazine 2.8 (May 1988): 15-16.

1227

Brower, Montgomery, and Bill Shaw. “The Murder of Julian Pierce Provokes Grief and Grievances in Troubled Robeson County.” People Weekly 29.15 (18 April 1988): 60-62, 65.

1226

Ola, Akinshiju C. “Anyone Who Doesn’t Want to Stand Up Is Crooked or Crazy.” The Guardian: Independent Radical Newsweekly 40.28 (13 April 1988): 7.

1225

Smothers, Ronald. “Steps Taken to Ease Tension in Carolina County.” New York Times 10 April 1988: 26.

1224

“Indians Unsatisfied with Lumbee Murder Victim Probe.” IPN Weekly Report [Highland, MD: Crowflying] 4 April 1988.

1223

Plott, Monte. “Tolerance of Drugs Blamed for N.C. County’s Troubles.” Atlanta Journal and Constitution 3 April 1988: 8A.

1236

“Assassination of Julian Pierce.” Human Rights Internet Reporter 12.3 (Spring/Summer 1988): 25.

1222

Plott, Monte. “Slain Indian Activist Eulogized as ‘Real Hero’ at N.C. Funeral Service.” Atlanta Constitution 31 Mar. 1988: 3.

1221

Hitt, Greg, and Terry Martin. “Young Lumbee Killed Pierce, Then Himself, Authorities Say.” Winston-Salem Journal 30 March 1988: 1.

1220

Rezendes, Michael. “Candidate’s Slaying Shocks County: Motive Sought in Apparent Assassination of Indian Seeking Judgeship.” Washington Post 28 Mar. 1988: A3.

1218

Martin, Terry. “Julian Pierce, Lumbee Indian Activist, Is Shot to Death.” Winston-Salem Journal 27 March 1988: A1.

1219

Ruffin, Jane. “Pierce’s Sturdy Determination Recalled.” News and Observer 27 March 1988. Rpt. in NewsBank Names in the News 1988: fiche 101: C11.

1217

Henderson, Bruce. “Robeson Activist John Godwin Dies.” Charlotte Observer 24 March 1988: 2C.

1216

Hitt, Greg. “Robeson’s Unsolved Murders Feed Unrest.” Winston-Salem Journal 13 March 1988: A1.

1214

Ola, Akinshiju C. “Newspaper Office Seized in Protest.” The Guardian: Independent Radical Newsweekly 2 Mar. 1988: 7.

1215

Rankin, Sam. “Civil Rights Lawyer Takes Hatcher’s Case.” Fayetteville Times 2 March 1988: 1B.

1213

“Critics Say Robeson Task Force Backing Off Mandate.” Fayetteville Times 1 March 1988: 1B.

1229

“Cocaine, Corruption and Killings in Robeson County.” Akwesasne Notes 20.1 (Early Spring 1988): 10.

1237

Tumulty, Karen. “Killing of Indian Brings N.C. Racial Problems to Fore.” Akwesasne Notes 20.1 (Early Spring 1988): 10-11.

1212

Moss, Gary. “John Hunt Sums Up His Situation: ‘I’m Terrified’.” Fayetteville Times 28 Feb. 1988: 1A.

1211

Godfrey, R. L. “About 4,500 Petition for Dismissal of Charges Against Hatcher, Jacobs.” Robesonian 15 Feb. 1988: 1A.

1210

Stinebaker, Joe. “Eddie Hatcher: Willing to Walk to the Edge for What Is Right.” Winston-Salem Journal 14 Feb. 1988: A11.

1209

Mangiameli, Mike. “Hatcher, Jacobs Indicted.” Robesonian 10 Feb. 1988: 1A.

1208

Harrison, Eric. “Some Hail N.C. Hostage-Takers as Heroes of Oppressed.” Philadelphia Inquirer 7 Feb. 1988: C1.

1206

Henderson, Bruce, and Elizabeth Leland. “Indians Free Hostages at Paper.” Charlotte Observer 2 Feb. 1988: 1A.

1207

Wilson, Susan Price. “Tension Has Grown Since [19]86 Shooting.” Winston-Salem Journal 2 Feb. 1988: 4.

1261

Hold On! Robeson County’s Fight for Justice. Videotape. Written and narrated by Mab Segrest. Durham: North Carolinians Against Racist and Religious Violence, 1988. 35 min.

1205

Henderson, Bruce. “Lumbee Indian Strives for Equality for All Races.” Charlotte Observer 29 Nov. 1987: D1.

1203

Struck, Doug. “Baltimore Man Leads 3 ‘Voices’ in N.C. Protest.” Baltimore Sun 3 May 1987: 1A.

1204

“Shooting of Lumbee Outrages Robeson Citizens—NCARRV Joins Coalition.” NCARRV Newsletter [North Carolinians Against Racist and Religious Violence] 5 (Spring 1987): 1-3, 6.

1202

“Justice Dept. Examining Robeson Slaying.” Carolina Indian Voice 29 Jan. 1987: 1.

1201

Swofford, Stan. “Blacks, Lumbees Want Answers.” Greensboro News and Record 14 Dec. 1986: A1.