Maryland is home to nearly 60,000 people of Native American heritage. The Baltimore American Indian Center is working hard to keep cultural traditions alive.
Community artist and folklorist Ashley Minner describes celebrating young and old members of the Lumbee Tribe in her work. And Dr. Dennis Seymour, who leads the center’s museum, explains why it’s important to pass traditional skills on to future generations.
This Saturday, from 11 am to 7 pm, the Baltimore American Indian Center will hold its 44th Annual Pow-Wow at the Maryland Fairgrounds in Timonium. On Tuesday, the University of Maryland Baltimore will host a traditional storytelling event.
Read "Do American Indians Celebrate Thanksgiving?" by Dennis Zotigh.