Sonya Atalay describes her work in repatriation and reclamation, and its ties to wellness of Indigenous communities. She refers to her experience over the past 15 years and describes the ways in which communities engage with repatriation in great detail.
Chip Colwell closely examines the function and detail of healing resulting from NAGPRA repatriations in multiple tribal communities, and decribes the socio-political impact of the legislation and process.
This video explores the Native American Grave Protection and Repatriation Act, passed in 1990, as human rights legislation. Here we have interviewed tribal practitioners from Southern California about the meaning and importance of this law.
An analysis of relationship between NAGPRA and archaeological practices, "to determine whether NAGPRA has caused an increase or decrease in the amount of archaeologicaladministrative, laboratory, and fieldwork completed between 1985 and 2005."