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Michael McLaughlin, AIRC Librarian

Huntington Park Library
6518 Miles Ave.
Huntington Park, CA 90255
(323) 583-2794

Mon
1 - 8
Tue
1 - 8
Wed
11 - 6
Thu
11 - 6
Fri
Closed
Sat
10 - 5
Sun
Closed
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The American Indian Resource Center (AIRC) was established in 1979 to address informational needs of American Indians in Los Angeles County and to make information about them available to the larger community. The AIRC collection is the largest public library collection of its kind in the U.S. Collection materials come in a variety of formats: books, journals, encyclopedias, newspapers, microfilm, audiocassettes, books-on-tape, CD, DVD, VHS, and 8, 16, 35 mm film, most of which can be checked out.

AIRC is also an information center with announcements of events, classes, conferences, etc. pertaining to American Indians - local, regional, and national – on topics ranging from health issues, education, legal issues, economic issues, politics, and culture.

American Indian “NDN” 101 is an informal question and answer forum held every month. This is an open forum for the public to ask questions and get answers about American Indian history, culture, and current affairs. For more information contact the AIRC.

Native American Heritage Month is celebrated every year during the month of November. For more information please visit the Library of Congress' Native American Heritage Month site.