Baltimore American Indian Center
Baltimore American Indian Center, viewed from street
|Type||Native American community center|
|Linda Cox (Chair), Juan Boston (Vice Chair)|
|Mission||The BAIC was established to serve as a social and cultural outlet for the Native American Indians.|
The Baltimore American Indian Center, Inc. (BAIC) is a center for American Indians that is located in Upper Fell's Point, Baltimore, Maryland. The center was founded in 1968 as the "American Indian Study Center" to serve the growing Lumbee community in Baltimore. In 2011, the Center reestablished its museum for American Indian heritage.
In 2015, local artist Dean Tonto Cox, grandson of one of the founders of the Baltimore American Indian Center, Ms. Elizabeth Locklear, repainted an outside mural of the Center .