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Location: CA
Nonprofit Type: 501(c)3
EIN: 94-3244506
Fiscal Sponsor: N/A

California Indian Museum and Cultural Center


The purpose of the California Indian Museum and Cultural Center is to educate the public about the history, cultures, and contemporary life of California Indians and honor their contributions to civilization.

Established in 1991 by Native social justice leaders, and incorporated as a non-profit organization in 1996, CIMCC is integrally connected to its community. At its 24,000 square foot facility on 2-acres in Pomo and Miwok ancestral territory, CIMCC provides a cultural home where Native perspectives are nurtured, Native voices inspire, and Native knowledge fuels solutions to pressing societal issues. CIMCC is 100% led and governed by Native peoples.

Focus Areas

Arts, Culture, and Language | Environment | Youth Development

Geography & Community Served

Local | National | Off-Reservation (Non-Urban) | Regional | Reservation | Tribal | Urban