The National Museum of the American Indian in Washington, DC, is open. The museum in New York, NY, opens June 23.

The Power of Native Voice

A series of virtual programs

Upcoming Programs



June
14
Artwork featuring the American flag

Honoring the American Flag through Native Art

Watch Emil Her Many Horses (Oglala Lakota), museum curator and historian, as he takes us through objects in the museum's collection that were created to honor the American flag.

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June
17
A muxe (pronounced mu-shay) youth takes part in a procession during the Vela de las Intrépidas festival in Oaxaca, Mexico. Muxe identities are diverse and layered and have been part of Zapotec society since pre-colonial times. Jan Sochor/Alamy Stock Photo

Youth in Action: Indigenizing Pride

In celebration of Pride Month, hear from Indigenous youth working in the fields of education, health, cultural heritage, and the arts to amplify Two Spirit and Native LGBTQ+ voices and issues.

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June
27
Young woman with carved head piece in the woods

At the Movies: Monkey Beach

Based on the novel by award-winning author Eden Robinson (Haisla/Heiltsuk), Monkey Beach is a supernatural coming-of-age story that layers tragedy, humor and redemption.

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July
20–22
painting of a large gathering

Virtual Teacher Institute

This free, three-part webinar series is for education professionals looking for a content-rich professional development experience that provides foundational knowledge about U.S. federal Indian policies and their impact on Native Americans.

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