A great night celebrating our Native graduates!
Founded by Natives, run by Natives, serving the Greater Baltimore community since 1968!
The Baltimore American Indian Center remains to be the only American Indian Center in Baltimore founded by Natives, run by Natives and serving Natives in the City of Baltimore.
Mission: The Baltimore American Indian Center (BAIC) is an Urban American Indian Community Center established to assist and support American Indian and Alaskan Native families with moving into an urban environment and adjusting to the culture change they will experience. The BAIC also serves as a focal point for the Indian community for social and cultural activities and to educate non-native people about the cultures of the North American Indian and Alaskan Native communities.
A great night celebrating our Native graduates!
Just a reminder that the Graduation Ceremony is TOMORROW at 6:30! We look forward to honoring our native graduates and all they’ve accomplished!
Today is the last day to register!!!!
Today is the last day to register for the graduation ceremony, on Monday, June 24th. We are honoring community members that have graduated Pre-K, Kindergarten, 5th, 8th, 12th, College (any level), Trade Schools and Military. If you would like to attend please fill out the form using the link below. If you need further assistance call 410-837-2258 x 102.
Tonight’s culture class is cancelled.
We will be pausing culture class for the summer. Culture class will resume in September!
Be on the look out for some special classes this summer! (More details coming soon)
Please register for the Graduation Ceremony using the below link. The Graduation Ceremony is held on June 24th. You must RSVP by June 19th.
If you’re having problems registering, please email [email protected]
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Culture class is cancelled this evening.
Please email Jessica if you plan to attend. All the details are listed in the flyer and on the Facebook event.
Nansemond Indian Nation is accepting applications for a Tribal Administrator (click here for PDF) who will oversee the day-to-day operations of tribal government, administer all tribal programs, an…
Unfortunately, there will not be culture class tonight.
A quest to reconstruct Baltimore's American Indian 'reservation'
A folklorist is working to preserve the history of a unique, urban community of Lumbee Indians.
Native High School Seniors!! This is a great scholarship opportunity!
ATTENTION High School Seniors! This is a great scholarship opportunity for our Natives attending college in the fall!
"The drums will always beat loudly in our hearts even through the noise of the world, and every time your feet touch our Mother Earth our souls will feel the pull of those who walked before us." -William WindWalker
Come hear the drums of Uptown Boyz this Saturday April 6th at BAIC Mini Pow-wow! 12 PM - 3 PM
The Uptown Boyz is an intertribal Powwow drum group based in Washington, DC and performing in surrounding areas. They were founded in 2017 in response to the local Native community's calls for representation through music. They are an indigenous group, humbly learning and teaching as they go.
Thank you to Teko Photography for amazing photography and community organizing. Spot Teko at our next event! Tomas "Teko" Alejo (Chicano/Huasteco Teenek) is a Community Organizer, Social Worker, Tattoo Artist, and Photographer.
To dance is to pray,
to pray is to heal,
to heal is to give,
to give is to live,
to live is to dance.
—MariJo Moore, Cherokee
Please join us this Saturday for the BAIC Mini Pow-wow for culture, community and fun!
Native Dancing & Drumming, Food, Culture, Face Painting, Flute Playing, 50/50 Raffle and more!
Thanks to Tony Williams of Williams' Enterprises Photography for always capturing amazing moments at our events. Look for him behind the camera on Saturday!
Happy Friday and Congratulations to Alexis Jones!
If you haven't been following American Idol this year, it might be time to start. University of North Carolina senior Alexis Jones who also happened to be Lumbee was given a Golden Ticket after her
KQED Arts Shorts
“The dance is thousands of years old. To have an opportunity to exercise it, to me, is an ultimate act of sovereignty, of resistance.”
Watch the Sampson Bros. of Minneapolis teach the next generation the power of traditional hoop dancing—with a hip-hop twist.
Full story: bit.ly/MinneapolisxHoopDance
BBQ, Drums and Fun! Oh My! It's Mini Pow-wow time - https://mailchi.mp/9edf4fbcd3d0/bbq-drums-and-fun-oh-my-its-mini-pow-wow-time
What will you bring to Mini Pow-wow?? Great news! We will do the shopping for you!
Click here to sponsor an item(s) to be sold at Mini Pow-wow to raise funds for the center.
Delicious food and fun coming soon!!!!
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Thank you for being a valuable member our our community. The Baltimore American Indian Center is proud to host our annual Mini Pow-wow on April 6th, 2019 at 12 PM - 3 PM. We are asking you to please sponsor an item(s) that will be sold at our event to raise funds for the center. Any item(s) you are....
Who is joining us for a day filled with Native dancing and drumming, health vendors, 15% off at the gift shop, and food for sale??? Comment below!
Host Drum: Uptown Boyz
MC: E Keith Colston
113 S. Broadway St. | Baltimore | 21231
Admission $3 - Includes tour of Heritage Museum and special discounts at Gift Shop.
Saturday April 6th, 2019
12 PM - 3 PM
We will have culture class tonight from 6:30 to 8! We hope to see you there!
Be sure to check out Rose’s Bakery! A great Native owned business and they are delicious!
We are also grateful to them for always giving back to the community! ❤️
😀 Yay we made the list.....
Culture class is cancelled for tomorrow. Sorry for the inconvenience.
Great interview. We must come together to help our community.
From the numbers, the small Baltimore Native American community is not immune from the opioid epidemic.
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The 2019 Lumbee Tribal Scholarship Application is now available!
The Lumbee Tribe will be awarding scholarships to current college students enrolled for next semester and entering freshman. Scholarships will be awarded to students attending a technical, two or four year college, or university.
Applicants must be tribally enrolled with active membership or have at least one parent tribally enrolled with active membership. Applicants must also have parent’s name if using parent’s tribal enrollment number. Applicants must provide tribal enrollment number on application.
Applications must be received between February 26th through March 26th, 2019 at 3:30 pm.
Click the link below for more information and the Scholarship Application:
Invitation to participate in the Baltimore Regional Dance Survey (BRDS): https://inthedancersstudio.com/brds2019
The purpose of the BRDS is to gather sufficient information on dance and the dance economy in the Baltimore region identify gaps and opportunities, help direct resources, make informed and credible policy recommendations, and to help dancers throughout the region understand and work with each other to create a more collaborative and productive environment for dance.
Which is a lot of words to say, learn more to do more.
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"Baltimore’s Native Americans, The Lumbee Tribe Settlement" Lecture on March 15, 12:00-1:00pm
Presenter: Ashley Minner is an enrolled member of the Lumbee Tribe of North Carolina and folklorist for the Maryland State Arts Council.
Where: Peale Center for Baltimore History and Architecture, 225 Holliday Street, Baltimore, MD
It’s More Than History Lecture Series The Baltimore National Heritage Area presents the lunchtime lecture series,”It’s More than History,” at the Peale from February 15 – April 12 2019. All talks are from noon-1pm and are free (lunch not provided). Bring your lunch and join us! February 15...
Shout out and congrats to Shawn Yazzie (Navajo/Comanche/Sac&Fox) who won 1st in the All Around at the Blackjack Meet in Las Vegas, Nevada this weekend.
#nativegymnast #navajo #comanche #sacandfox #lasvegas #gold #allaroundchamp
Community Meeting TONIGHT! See you at 6:30.
There’s no culture class tonight because we are having a community meeting on Thursday. Culture class will resume next Tuesday the 26th! We hope to see you Thursday at the community meeting at 6:30!
Join us for Culture Class on this beautiful day! See you at 6:30!
Tonight’s Culture Class was wonderful! We made dreamcatchers and hoop danced!
Yesterday we had our first Culture Class of 2019! We hope that you will join us for our next class on the 22nd!
Culture class tonight! See you at 6:30!
Happy New Year to all our community members and supporters. We hope you have healthy and happy 2019!
It was a good day in North Dakota as Ruth Buffalo was sworn in to her seat in the North Dakota District 27 House of Representatives, wearing her traditional regalia!
State Rep. Ruth Buffalo beat out the same representative that helped pass the voter ID Bill, aimed to keep natives from voting!🔥✌🏽🙏🏽✊🏽
#NativesLeadingNations #NDLegislature #RuthBuffalo
Happy American Indian Heritage Day!
If you have picture from the Pow-Wow yesterday, please consider sharing them with us in the comments below!
Thank you to everyone who attended and supported our Pow-Wow today. The room was filled with lots of love, and the BAIC is truly grateful. We thank you for supporting our vendors and staff too!
We look forward to having your continued support throughout the year. ❤️
113 S Broadway
Our Museum and Gift Shop are open to the public Tuesday through Saturday (12-4 PM), Thursdays and the last Saturday of the month (11-4 PM). Culture Class is offered every other Tuesday (6:30 - 8:00 PM) at 113 South Broadway; please enter through the gate. If classes are cancelled it will be posted on the group's page 'Baltimore American Indian Center Culture Class'.
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