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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
Jicarilla Language I and II created, produced, illustrated, and narrated by Chance L. Landry
Your Donations will Educate as long as the Sky is Blue and the Rivers Flow
Southern Apache Museum was created to preserve the history, traditions, languages, and welfare of the the Native American Indians that reside in Houston and surrounding area. It is our hope to extend these goals to our children and generations to come.
In January 2012, the Southern Apache Museum embarked on its journey, with a grand opening celebration held on March 10, 2012. SAM swiftly blossomed into a vibrant community, uniting diverse nations and effectively tackling a multitude of challenges. It finally bestowed upon us a place we could proudly call home once more. While there were previous organizations that served as community centers, aiding Native Americans with their various concerns, sadly, many of them eventually faded away. However, when SAM opened its doors, it breathed new life into the concept of a community center. Our vision is to establish a resilient community center in Houston, one that will endure for generations to come.
On May 31, 2017, the Northwest Mall in Houston requested that all retailers, including S.A.M., vacate the premises. We later discovered that the Northwest mall had been identified as one of three potential site for the high-speed bullet train, set to connect Houston and Dallas in just 30 minutes.
We remain an engaged community and a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, eagerly anticipating our new residence.
PRESERVING OUR WAY OF LIFE AND WALKING IN BEAUTY
Sky is Blue