American Indian Genocide Museum

American Indian Genocide Museum


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The Center for the Healing of Racism honors Native American Heritage Month with an Exhibit and Dialogue by the American Indian Genocide Museum.

The American Indian Genocide Museum is the only museum that documents the policy of extermination and the past and present struggles of the indigenous first peoples of the United States.  Museum staff conduct archival research throughout Turtle Island to uncover original documents evidencing the intentional genocide of native peoples while also supporting actions to protect indigenous land, rights, and dignity.    The exhibit is a memorial to the victims of ethnic cleansing, a genocide that continues to this very day.

The exhibit is open from noon to 6:00PM.

An interactive dialogue with the museum founders Cheryl and Steve Melendez begins at 6:00.


Free and open to the public with donations encouraged.  To donate to the Center for the Healing of Racism click here.  To donate to the American Indian Genocide Museum click here.

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Parking is available in Lot 9 at Crawford/Almeda and Holman.

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Location: 3412 Crawford Street, Houston, TX 77004
Event Type: In-Person
Date: November 9, 2023
Duration: 1 Day
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