The National Museum of the American Indian in Washington, DC, is open to the public. Timed-entry passes are required for visitors of all ages.
The National Museum of the American Indian in New York, NY, remains temporarily closed.
Honoring Original Indigenous Inhabitants: Land Acknowledgement
NK360° Helpful Handouts: Guidance on Common Questions provide a brief introduction to teachers about important topics regarding Native American life, cultures, and communities. Honoring Indigenous Inhabitants: Land Acknowledgement discusses land acknowledgement as a dynamic cultural practice rooted in Indigenous traditions. Use this resource as a starting point to recognizing the continuing experiences, rights, and values of Native Peoples. Culturally sensitive activities and resources related to land and tribal sovereignty are provided.
3: People, Places, and Environments
Throughout their histories, Native groups have relocated and successfully adapted to new places and environments.