Sioux Indian Center (Omaha, Neb.)
The Sioux Indian Center opened in 1975 at 4851 Redman Avenue in Omaha, Nebraska. The center was staffed by volunteers and financed through donations to provide food, housing, and transportation to community members in need. Most members were Oglala Sioux. Circa 1976, the Sioux Indian Center became one of six Sioux organizations to organize into Sioux Nations United of Nebraska. By 1978, the Sioux Indian Center had a presence at 6207 Ames Avenue, although the 4851 Redman Avenue address continued to be used until 1979. The Sioux Indian Center is not mentioned in the Omaha World-Herald after 1979. The current status of the center is unknown.
"Mass Opens Sioux Center." Omaha World-Herald. October 4, 1975, page 30.
"Sioux Agencies Organies to Help." Omaha World-Herald. July 11, 1976, page 23.