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This profile was last updated on 2/4/07  and contains information from public web pages.
 
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Archaeologist leaves digs for security job - Nashville, Tennessee - Sunday, 02/04/07 - Tennessean.com
www.tennessean.com, 4 Feb 2007 [cached]
"He'd deal straight with you," echoed Ray Emanuel, executive director of the local Native American Indian Association.
The association now operates out of ...
www.tennessean.com [cached]
The association now operates out of a four-room house on Spence Lane and is limited in space and resources, according to NAIA Executive Director Ray Emanuel.
The organization has raised $190,000 for the center, mainly through individual donations, Emanuel said. The NAIA has not been able to secure bank financing for the project or gain substantial corporate dollars, he said.
"We can't seem to attract their attention," Emanuel said of corporations in the state.
Lumbee tribe descendant Ray ...
www.jacksonsun.com, 22 Nov 2007 [cached]
Lumbee tribe descendant Ray Emanuel and his family still celebrate the holiday as well.
"I think people may overlook that if it wasn't for the natives, then the settlers probably wouldn't have survived," said Emanuel, executive director of the Native American Indian Association of Tennessee.
EasternBand.com
www.easternband.com, 21 Dec 1987 [cached]
Ray Emanuel, a full-blooded Cherokee who is vice president of the Nashville-based Native American Indian Movement, said that the group supported Hopkinsville.
"I'm sure some Indians are looking at the economic benefits of it," he said.
Group to continue effort to create Native American Cultural Center - Nashville, Tennessee - Wednesday, 07/12/06 - Tennessean.com
www.gallatinnewsexaminer.com, 12 July 2006 [cached]
"It just delays things more and more," said NAIA Executive Director Ray Emanuel.
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"If it is a bill we'll have to get up there and touch every senator and representative, and then they'll have an opportunity to take a stand one way or the other," said Emanuel.
Emanuel said he'd defer to West on the best way to approach legislators.
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Emanuel said funding for a lobbyist is an issue, although the NAIA did work with one last year.
The NAIA has raised $160,000 privately toward the cultural center.Its present headquarters, essentially a four-room converted home on Spence Lane, is worth an estimated $125,000 and selling it could go toward the new center.
Emanuel addressed the Metro Council in June about funding help and amending Mayor Bill Purcell's budget recommendation for the upcoming fiscal year.
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Ray Emanuel, executive director of the Native American Indian Association, is pressed for space in his office.
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