Baltimore American Indian Center

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Baltimore American Indian Center, Inc.
Baltimore American Indian Center.jpg
Baltimore American Indian Center, viewed from street
Founded 1968
Type Native American community center
Location
Area served
Baltimore
Key people
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.
Website www.baic.org

The Baltimore American Indian Center, Inc. (BAIC) is a center for Native Americans that is located in Upper Fell's Point, Baltimore, Maryland. The center was founded in 1968 to serve the growing Lumbee community in Baltimore. In 2011 the center established a museum for Native American heritage.[1]

The Center hosts the Native American After School Art Program [2] founded by community artist and Lumbee Tribe member Ashley Minner [1].

In 2015, local artists Ashley Minner and Dean Tonto Cox repainted an outside mural of the Center [2].

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  1. ^ "American Indian Center to debut new museum". Dundalk Eagle. Retrieved 2012-08-02. 
  2. ^ "Native American After School Art Program". http://animatingdemocracy.org/. Retrieved 2015-12-09.  External link in |publisher= (help)

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Walkway through the garden, along the side of the Baltimore American Indian Center, to its main entrance