13th American Indian Inaugural Celebration
Sovereign Relationships Past, Present and Future
The American Indian Society of Washington DC hosted the 1st American Indian Inaugural Ball in 1969 on behalf of all Tribal leaders, Tribal Nations and native individuals that would be in Washington DC during the Presidential transition. Over the course of 50 years, the American Indian Inaugural Ball has expanded from a one night event into a four day celebration and remains a truly unique gathering place. The event provides opportunities for indigenous nations within the United States to celebrate their diverse and rich cultures, discuss issues impacting Indian county, host meetings on Sovereign Relationships and Presidential Transition for each new administration.
The four day celebration includes a Welcome Reception, Sovereign Relationships and Presidential Transition meetings, Youth leadership opportunities, American Indian Inaugural Dinner & Ball, Award Presentations, American Indian Marketplace, Powwow and Cultural Day.
For more information on the American Indian Society of Washington DC please visit our website: http://www.aisdc.org
For more information: www.ncai.org
American Indian Society of Washington, DC (AIS)
P.O. Box 7430
Falls Church, VA 22040