Four women are standing in front, and two men are in the back, posing for a photograph. Three women and two men wear traditional Native American clothing.

Beth Kline-Markesino, founder of North Carolina Stop GenX In Our Water, stands with members of the Skarure Waccon tribe, including Jane Jacob (EagleHeart), on the right, L. Keith Harris, back left, and Lovell Pierce-Moore (Chief EagleElk) and tribal supporters Christina Rendano (far left) and Danielle Alondra Torres. The group met at Lake Waccamaw’s Union Baptist Church on Saturday, April 22, to discuss tribal history and the GENX Exposure Study. During the event, lead study researcher Jane Hoppin gave a presentation and answered questions. Credit: Kristen Futch

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