January 19, 2013

Native Nations Inaugural Ball

Native Nations Inaugural BallJoin the Smithsonian's National Museum of the American Indian in celebrating the inauguration of the President of the United States. Situated only blocks from the United States Capitol building, the Museum is the perfect location to mark this historic event and to highlight the self-determination of Native nations. The Inaugural Ball will feature music, dancing and Native cuisine. Funds raised will support the educational programs of the National Museum of the American Indian.

Chaske Spencer, Master of Ceremony

Evening entertainment will feature:

Murray Porter Band
Martha Redbone
Crystal Shawanda
DJ Kiss Zuni
Gabriel Ayala
Gerry Barrett
The Grascals

The funds raised from the National Museum of the American Indian’s Inaugural Ball will allow the Museum to produce additional programs, help us correct misperceptions about Native history, and affirm the relevance and impact of Native Americans, past and present. With your support, the Museum can become the national platform for the discussion of topics relevant to Tribal Nations, both in the Museums in Washington, D.C., and New York, and in communities across the country.
Comment:  For details on Obama's inauguration in 2009, see Obama's Best Speech Ever? and Celebrating Obama's Inauguration.

Below:  Chaske Spencer.

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