repatriation

Community
Carrying Our Ancestors Home
Category
Non-Government Organization
Summary
Presentation given by Shannon Keller O'Loughlin, Executive Director and Attorney at AAIA and Shannon Martin, Director of the Ziibiwing Center of Anishinabe Culture and Lifeways, at the 2019 ATALM annual conference held in Temecula, CA.
Community
Carrying Our Ancestors Home
Category
Media, Museum
Summary
This article discusses the history of toxic chemical use on museum collections and the consequences of this practice for the repatriation of cultural and sacred belongings.
Community
Carrying Our Ancestors Home
Category
Community, University
Summary
Carrying Our Ancestors Home's team asked tribal experts in cultural heritage and repatriation what they think other tribal members should understand about repatriation, and how any tribal member can get involved in protecting cultural sites and ancestors.
Community
Carrying Our Ancestors Home
Category
Community
Summary
A manual intended to be used as a practical guide for any tribe or individual interested in repatriation under NAGPRA and for museums and federal agencies to have a better understanding of the tribal aspect of NAGPRA.
Community
Hokiīŋa Rapa Nui
Category
Community
Summary
Video of the process and ceremony of return of two ancestors (Tupuna) to Rapa Nui from New Zealand's museums of Canterbury and Ottawa.
Community
Hokiīŋa Rapa Nui
Category
Community
Summary
Presentation by founding member of the Rapa Nui Repatriation Program, Piru Huke Atan at the Native American and Indigenous Studies Association Conference in Los Angeles, CA 2018.
Community
Carrying Our Ancestors Home
Category
Federal Government
Community
Carrying Our Ancestors Home
Category
Federal Government
Community
Carrying Our Ancestors Home
Category
University
Community
Carrying Our Ancestors Home
Category
University
Summary
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.