Metrolina Native American Association

Official State Representative for American Indians in the Metrolina  Area

P.O. Box 38468 Charlotte, NC 28278
Queens University-Dana Bldg Room 003

North Carolina Recognized Urban Indian Center

Non-Profit Organization

Metrolina Native American Association (MNAA) Inc. (NCGS 143B-407),the oldest and only State Recognized American Indian Organization Incorporated in Charlotte, was established in January 1976 and is one of four, State Recognized Urban Indian Centers and part of the original formation of the North Carolina Department of Administration - North Carolina Commission of Indian Affairs.(NCGS 143B-407)
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As the Official State Representative for Americans Indians in the Metrolina Area, Metrolina Native American Association has seats on the following State level boards:
North Carolina Commission of Indian Affairs
North Carolina Indian Housing Authority
North Carolina Indian Economic Initiative
North Carolina Advisory Board for Indian Education 
North Carolina Indian Senior Citizens Collation
United Tribes of North Carolina
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MNAA is governed by a nine-member Board of Directors elected by the Indian Communities residing in the ten-county area of the Southern Piedmont referred to as The Metrolina Area
(Cabarrus, Catawba, Cleveland, Gaston, Iredell, Lincoln, Mecklenburg, Rowan, Stanly, and Union) which defines the organization's service area. There are approximately fourteen thousand Native Americans living in the Metrolina Area. This population is comprised of Native Americans from many different tribes across the nation, not just North Carolina and South Carolina consequently, MNAA is considered an "Inter-Tribal Organization". As Charlotte is one of the largest banking center in the United States, we have a diverse array of Native American culture from around the country. With such a diversity we experience and learn many different tribal histories, customs and traditions. The result of this cross-cultural sharing is, the further preservation of the American Indian heritage.. In order to share the diverse Native American cultures with the community, MNAA has several events per year, including but not limited to Pow Wow, Golf Tournament, Adult,senior and kids parties, yard sales and cookouts. Everyone is invited to come and experience our history and culture.
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2017 NC Indian Unity Conference will be held in Charlotte, NC   March 9, 10 and 11th  2017
Location: Renaissance Hotel - 2800 Coliseum Centre Dr. Charlotte, NC

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2017 American Indian Golf Tournament , Sept, 9th, 2017- Larkhaven Golf Club, Charlotte NC -  All Golfers Welcome
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