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Tribal Museums Day 2022

In celebration of the Association on American Indian Affairs’ 100th anniversary (1922-2022), the Association is honored to announce the first annual Tribal Museums Day to be held on Saturday, December 3, 2022. We are engaging Tribal Museums and Cultural Centers across Indian Country to share our collective wisdom, values and diverse cultures!
The Association’s vision is to create a world where diverse Native cultures and values are lived, protected and respected. Tribal Museums Day will bring attention to our diverse Nations and cultures, stimulate tourism, and grow Tribal economies. Tribal Museums Day will also support the vision and mission of each Tribal Museum by re-educating the public that our Nations are the primary experts of Indigenous histories, knowledge, cultures, lifeways and values.
Check out a Tribal Museum or Cultural Center near you and you may enjoy:

FREE Admission
Special Exhibits
Gift Shop Discounts (consider holiday gift giving!)
Art Markets
Live Cultural Demonstrations

Live Event
As part of our 100-year anniversary, the Association will also host a live streaming event on Saturday, December 3, 2022 on social media from multiple Tribal Museums to celebrate Tribal Museums Day. The live streaming event will be emceed by Shannon Martin, Match-E-Be-Nash-She-Wish Band of Pottawatomi Indians, an include other interesting wisdom keepers from Indian Country.

Association on American Indian Affairs

​6030 Daybreak Circle, Suite A150-217
Clarksville, MD, 21029
(240) 314-7155

The Association on American Indian Affairs is the oldest non-profit serving Indian Country protecting sovereignty, preserving culture, educating youth and building capacity. The Association was formed in 1922 to change the destructive path of federal policy from assimilation, termination and allotment, to sovereignty, self-determination and self-sufficiency. Throughout its 100-year history, the Association has provided national advocacy on watershed issues that support sovereignty and culture, while working on the ground at a grassroots level with Tribes to support the implementation of programs that affect lives on the ground.