This is a list of
notable people that are a mixture of No claim is made that any of these individuals are enrolled members of Native American tribes, unless their entry explicitly makes that statement.
African American and Native American.
Notable people of African-Native American mixture Edit
Aaliyah in the year 2000.
Angel Goodrich, she was the highest-drafted Native player in WNBA history in 2013
Radmilla Cody singing " The Star-Spangled Banner in Navajo at the Kennedy Space Center, 2010
Billy Bowlegs, Black Seminole historian and traditionalist
William Apess's mother was part Pequot
 Henry Armstrong's mother was Iroquois
 Crispus Attucks ( Wampanoag and Natick) was the first casualty of the Boston Massacre
 K. D. Aubert is part Native American
 Andre "Andre 3000" Benjamin is part Native American.
 Tyra Banks, through a DNA test confirmed she has Native American ancestry
 Estelle Bennett and Veronica Bennett (known as Ronnie Spector), of African-American and Cherokee ancestry through their mother
 Traci Bingham's father is Native American
 Christopher "Ludacris" Bridges is part Native American
 Bizzy Bone ( Bryon McCane) has some Native American descent
 George Bonga (1802–1880), fur trader and interpreter in what is now Minnesota, son of trader and interpreter Pierre Bonga and an Ojibwe mother
 Billy Bowlegs III ( Seminole) (1862–1965), Florida Seminole elder and historian
 James Brown was part Apache 
 Jesse L. Brown ( Chickasaw and Choctaw), naval officer, first African-American to become a naval aviator
 Monica is part Native American
 Olivia Ward Bush ( Montaukett) (1869–1944), African American author, poet, and journalist
 Radmilla Cody, enrolled member of the Navajo Nation, former Miss Navajo, and anti-domestic violence activist
 Bessie Coleman, the first Native and African-American woman to get a pilot's license, was part Cherokee 
 Joseph Louis Cook, a colonel in the Continental Army during the American Revolutionary War
 George Crum ( Huron), chef credited with inventing potato chips
 Paul Cuffee ( Wampanoag and Ashanti), Quaker businessman, sea captain, patriot, and abolitionist
 YaYa DaCosta is part Native American
 Stacey Dash is of West Indian and Aztec descent
 Milt Davis is part Native American
 Rosario Dawson is part Native American through her father
 Ramona Douglass is part Oglala Lakota
 Gary Dourdan is part Native American
 Maria Ewing ( Sioux), opera singer.   
 Mabel Fairbanks ( Seminole), figure skater and coach
 Redd Foxx was part Seminole
 Vivica A. Fox is part Native American
 Meagan Good is part Cherokee and Taino
 Angel Goodrich, enrolled member of the Cherokee nation and a WNBA athlete
 Aaron Graham had Cherokee on his father's side
Andrew Graham had Cherokee on his father's side
Stephanie Graham had Cherokee on her father's side
Illinois Jacquet's mother was Sioux and his father Creole
 Alex Haley (1921-1992) had Cherokee ancestors 
 Rebecca Hall is Sioux through her mother Maria Ewing  
 Ben Harper is part Cherokee
 Aaliyah "Aaliyah" Haughton was part Oneida 
 Dorris Henderson is part Blackfoot
 Jimi Hendrix was part Cherokee
 Leon Hendrix is part Cherokee
 Lena Horne was part Native American
 John Horse (Juan Caballo) ( Black Seminole) (ca. 1812–1882), war leader in Florida, also leader of Black Seminoles in Mexico
 Langston Hughes was part Native American
 Earle Hyman ( Tuscarora, Haliwa-Saponi/ Nottoway) (1926–2017), actor
Kyrie Irving, born to a Sioux mother, a NBA player that made the game winning shot in the 2016 NBA Finals.
 Michael Jackson had Choctaw ancestry on his father's side and Blackfoot ancestry on his mother's
 Shar Jackson is part Cherokee and Taino Arawak
 Sarah Jeffery's father is African-American and her mother is indigenous Canadian.
 James Earl Jones is part Cherokee and Choctaw 
 Julia Jones is of the Choctaw and Chickasaw nations
 Lolo Jones is part Native American
 Susannah Mushatt Jones was for a time the world's oldest living person and according to her family had some Native American ancestry.
 Alexis Jordan is part Native American
 Eartha Kitt was part Cherokee
 Beyoncé Knowles is part Native American
 Solange Knowles is part Native American
 Sanaa Lathan is part Native American
 Bianca Lawson is part Native American
 Ananda Lewis is part Creek and Blackfoot
 Edmonia Lewis was of Mississauga Ojibwe- Haitian ancestry
 Mance Lipscomb is part Choctaw
 Amber Littlejohn is part Cherokee
Chief Buffalo Child Long Lance ( Lumbee), journalist and writer, adopted into the Kainai Nation
 Laura Love is part Native American
 Richard Mayhew is part Native American and a landscape painter
 Angela McGlowan is part Native American
 James Meredith ( Choctaw), desegregation pioneer
 Leona Mitchell ( Chickasaw), operatic soprano
 Scott "Kid Cudi" Mescudi is part Native American
 Lola Momoa is part Native American
Nakoa-Wolf Momoa is part Native American
Mwalim ( Mashpee Wampanoag), musician, writer, and educator.
 Nicole Ari Parker is part Cherokee
 Rosa Parks was descended from a Native American slave on record
 Ann Plato (ca. 1824–unknown), tribe unknown, one of the first African American published women authors
 Charlie Patton (1887–1934), Black Cherokee and founding father of the blues in the Mississippi Delta
 Oscar Pettiford's mother was Choctaw and his father part Cherokee 
 Phylicia Rashād's father was full-blooded Cherokee
 Martha Redbone, Native American Music Award-winning soul music artist of Shawnee- Choctaw- Cherokee ancestry
 Della Reese's mother was Cherokee and self-identified as such
 Salli Richardson's mother is African-American and Cherokee.
 Brytni Sarpy, ( Apache and Cherokee) actress and model
 Marguerite Scypion (ca. 1770s–after 1836), an African- Natchez woman whose family successfully sued for their freedom in Missouri
 Willie "The Lion" Smith ( Mohawk), jazz pianist
 Woody Strode ( Blackfoot, Cherokee, and Muscogee), decathlete, football player, and actor
 Rozonda "Chilli" Thomas is part Native American
 Billy Ray Thunder, bull rider and bareback bronc rider
Chris Tucker is part Native American
 Tina Turner identifies herself as Cherokee and Navajo
 Tionne "T-Boz" Watkins is part Native American
 Kerry Washington is part Native American
 France Winddance Twine (b. 1960), sociologist enrolled in the Muscogee (Creek) Nation
 Joy Villa (Choctaw), singer and songwriter
 Amil "Amil" Whitehead is part Cherokee
 Mykelti Williamson is part Blackfoot
 Oprah Winfrey is part Native American
 Keke Wyatt is part Cherokee
 Melisa "Kid Sister" Young is part Native American
 Michael Zinzun (1949–2006), former Black Panther and anti-police brutality activist of African and Apache descent
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