National Museum of the American Indian

National Museum of the American Indian

The National Museum of the American Indian is devoted to giving a voice to Native communities across the Western Hemisphere through its extensive collection of artifacts, objects, photographs, and other media.

Amplifying Native Voices Everywhere

National Museum of the American Indian

The National Museum of the American Indian (NMAI) is part of the Smithsonian Institution, the largest museum complex in the world. NMAI is comprised of three facilities: the museum on Washington D.C.'s National Mall, the George Gustav Heye Center in New York City, and the Cultural Resources Center in Maryland. These three facilities offer a vast range of galleries, performances, educational programming, research, and conservation and repatriation programs. Additionally, the NMAI engages in community outreach efforts beyond the confines of these three facilities. With their vast resources, programs, and collections, the NMAI elevates the histories, stories, and cultures of past and contemporary Native communities across the Western Hemisphere.

Repatriating the Wrongfully Taken

In 2016, Gregory Annenberg Weingarten, pictured left with Kevin Gover, Director of the NMAI, was honored by the NMAI with the Innovative Partnership in Repatriation Award "for his instrumental role in the purchase of 24 sacred American Indian objects from a Parisian auction house with the express purpose of repatriating them to the Hopi and Apache Nations."

GRoW Support

2020

Project - National Native American Veterans Memorial

2016

General Operating Support