NIAM Opens its 2nd Exhibition!

The National Indo-American Museum, which builds bridges across generations and connects cultures through the diverse colorful stories of Indian Americans, announces

“Desi Roots and Wings” opens Thursday, May 2 at noon at the National Indo-American Museum,
815 S. Main Street, Lombard, Illinois.
Museum/Exhibition hours: Thursday through Sunday, 12–4 p.m.
Group tours at other times are available by appointment.
Admission is $10, free for children 5 and younger.
Free parking is available. All programming is subject to change.

“Desi Roots and Wings” defines Desi Americans and the circumstances that led them to leave their motherland through photos, clothing, objects, and stories. Spanning more than 375 years, the exhibit opens with Roots, which narrates the little-known history of those who arrived from 1620 to World War I and documents their struggles to adapt and assimilate. These new immigrants participated in American wars and fought for freedom.

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