Carrying Our Ancestors Home

The Carrying Our Ancestors Home (COAH) community is a collaborative project working to make information about repatriation from tribal practitioners' perspective and history publically available to researchers worldwide. Our collective is made up of tribal members, practitioners, activists, researchers and academics from many places, all with experience working with reburial, repatriation, and NAGPRA. 

Recent DH Items
Community
Carrying Our Ancestors Home
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Non-Government Organization, Museum, University
Summary
This video delves into the different ways institutions work with tribes on NAGPRA issues, and explores the reasons for these differences.
Community
Carrying Our Ancestors Home
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Community, University
Summary
The American Indian Student Movement for Repatriation at UCLA in 1990. A documentary film by Lucius Martin, who produced this in 2003-2004 as a student at UCLA.
Community
Carrying Our Ancestors Home
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Community, Tribal Government, University
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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.
Community
Carrying Our Ancestors Home
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Community, Tribal Government, University
Summary
This is a trailer for "Carrying Our Ancestors Home," a collaborative digital project which aims to illuminate the process and details of NAGPRA and repatriation work.
Community
Carrying Our Ancestors Home
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Federal Government
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Academic analysis on legal and legislative developments of NAGPRA