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.
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.
GRASAC is a project started in 2005 to create a network of people who wish to share knowledge about Great Lake cultures, and a database of Great Lakes materials from across the world for digital reunification of cultural items.
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.