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AIGM aigenom.com American Indian Genocide Museum
CONAM conam Committee On Native American Ministries
Native Americans Indian World in Houston Gets Involved.
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COLUMBUS DAY PROTEST
HISD MASCOT CHANGE
KPRC Local 2 Houston HISD to vote to change offensive Mascots
Houston Chronicle story of New Mascots for HISD
Censored News American Indian Genocide Museum mascot change
NRG HOUSTON WASHINGTON "R" NAME CHANGE
Think Progress Mascot protest NRG, Houston
Senator Rodney Ellis on Facebook comments on Southern Apache Museum
Houston Family Magazine mentions Southern Apache Museum
Sky is Blue
Jicarilla Language I and II created, produced, illustrated, and narrated by Chance L. Landry
AT SOUTHERN APACHE MUSEUM we believe in PRESERVING THE HISTORY, traditions, languages, CEREMONIES, AND WELFARE OF OUR indigenous people, SO THAT OUR CHILDREN CAN CARRY ON OUR WAY OF LIFE FOR FUTURE GENERATIONS TO COME.
BECAUSE OF THE INVISIBLE PRESENCE WE HAVE IN A CITY AS BIG AS HOUSTON, WE ARE educating the general public THAT WE WILL REMAIN THE FIRST PEOPLES OF THIS LAND AND THAT WE ARE ALIVE AND WELL.
ACCORDING TO THE LAST CENSUS TAKEN THERE ARE OVER SIXTY EIGHT THOUSAND NATIVE AMERICAN INDIANS IN THE HOUSTON AND SURROUNDING AREAS.
Southern Apache Museum opened its doors January 2012, with a Grand Opening March 10, 2012. It became a place to preserve, learn, teach, and a community center for the indigenous in Houston of all First Nations who reside here.
On May 31, 2017 the Northwest mall in Houston, asked all retailers and S.A.M. to leave. We later found out the Northwest mall is now a proposed site for the bullet train that will travel from Houston to Dallas in 30 minutes. S.A.M. is now in the process of looking for a new home. If anyone out there knows of a space or building we can use at a good price please e-mail us. Check out our video below.