American Indian Center

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American Indian Center
American Indian Center is listed in the Social Service Organizations category in Chicago, Illinois. Displayed below are the social networks for American Indian Center which include a Facebook page and a Twitter account. The activity and popularity of American Indian Center on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 92.

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1630 W Wilson Ave
Chicago, IL 60640
(773) 275-5871
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American Indian Center - Chicago shared People's Climate Movement's post.
The Red Line Singers will be kicking off the Peoples Climate March in Chicago with a welcoming song! Come on out and take part in this historic event to unite people around Climate and Social Justice in Chicago. Natives to the Front! #PeopleClimateMarch #Resist
Text RESIST to 21333 to Join us in Chicago for the Peoples Climate March. Now more than ever resistance is 🔑
April 29th in DC or at a Sister March in a city near you!

American Indian Center - Chicago shared their event.
Join us tonight at our very first Robust Indigenes in Albany Park. We are so excited!! 7pm 3401 W. Ainslie St. Chicago, IL 60625 P.S Our new blog post has clips from Session 1! https://www.aicchicago.org/news/2017/4/19/robust-indigines-stories-from-session-i
Please join us for our first Robust Indigenes event hosted at our new home in Albany Park! This will be part three of a six-event series of stories that articulate the vitality of the American Indian Center toward providing space and programs that resulted in a continuum of cultural practice and contributed to the development of identity for four generations of Native Americans in Chicago. We will have 3 featured storytellers plus an an open mic format for anyone willing to share an AIC story. We are asking all storytellers to bring along a tangible item (e.g. photograph or something produced at the AIC, etc.) that will enhance your AIC story. Your item will then be digitally scanned or photographed and become eligible for entrance into the AIC Archives collection and to the development of the first retrospective exhibit for the American Indian Center, slated for Fall 2018. Our featured Storytellers for this event will be: Louis Delgado (Oneida) Dorene Wiese (White Earth Ojibwe) Pamela Silas (Menominee/Oneida) However everyone is welcomed to bring a story! For more information please contact Dave at spencer@aicchicago.org Part IV will be held on May 19th
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Loss, Love and First Kisses were the themes of our first session of Robust Indigines: AIC Stories and Epiphanes. We are so excited to share these clips with you and hope to see you at Part III of this story-telling event at our new home in Albany Park. https://www.aicchicago.org/news/2017/4/19/robust-indigines-stories-from-session-i
In December, the art department launched Robust Indigenes: AIC Stories and Epiphanies as the first part of the AIC Retrospective exhibit. The 6-part series features longtime community members and friends of the Center sharing stories that capture the vitality and impact of the American India

American Indian Center - Chicago shared their event.
Robust Indigenes is only a few days away! Come and join us for our first story-telling event at the new place! Friday @ 7pm 3401 W. Ainslie St. Chicago, IL 60625
Please join us for our first Robust Indigenes event hosted at our new home in Albany Park! This will be part three of a six-event series of stories that articulate the vitality of the American Indian Center toward providing space and programs that resulted in a continuum of cultural practice and contributed to the development of identity for four generations of Native Americans in Chicago. We will have 3 featured storytellers plus an an open mic format for anyone willing to share an AIC story. We are asking all storytellers to bring along a tangible item (e.g. photograph or something produced at the AIC, etc.) that will enhance your AIC story. Your item will then be digitally scanned or photographed and become eligible for entrance into the AIC Archives collection and to the development of the first retrospective exhibit for the American Indian Center, slated for Fall 2018. Our featured Storytellers for this event will be: Louis Delgado (Oneida) Dorene Wiese (White Earth Ojibwe) Pamela Silas (Menominee/Oneida) However everyone is welcomed to bring a story! For more information please contact Dave at spencer@aicchicago.org Part IV will be held on May 19th
58 people interested

American Indian Center - Chicago shared St. Kateri Center of Chicago's event.
Reminder Kateri will not hold a separate Easter Mass from St. Ben's but will have reserved seats this Sunday. Please arrive by 10:15
We will be having Easter Mass with the big church St Benedict's. We have reserved seating upfront on the left. PLEASE arrive by 10:15 am if you would like to sit with us. We will be praying the Pray of the Four Directions prior to Mass. SEATING IS LIMITED Again, Please arrive by 10:15 am. We will be celebrating at St Kateri Center following Mass. Potluck feast! Please bring something to share. We WILL be having an EASTER EGG HUNT. Easter candy, toys, baskets, eggs, etc. donations appreciated! PLEASE SHARE EVENT
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The 3rd part of our Robust Indigenes: AIC Stories and Epiphanies series will be held on April 21st at our new home twitter.com/i/web/status/8…


A message from the AIC Board of Directors: bit.ly/2nMiNQm


AIC is having its final moving sale! This weekend only everything is 50% off. Hope to see you there! https://t.co/wjDkFskcEX


RT @RuthHHopkins: Pic taken at Lake Superior in Washburn WI in Support of Sacred Stone #NoDAPL https://t.co/YmFAhYhewR


RT @Native_Chicago: The 2017 AIC Membership Drive is here.Upgrade your membership for a chance to win a $400 travel voucher! https://t.co/S…