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.
Social Justice, Holistic Wellness, Teaching Resources
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.
Teaching Resources, Repatriation Law and Policy, Anti-Colonial Practices
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.
These guidelines are written for Native American communities who wish to collaborate with museum professionals or tribes. They were developed in collaboration between Native and non-Native cultural leaders, museum professionals, and artists over 3 years.
These guidelines are written for museum staff who wish to collaborate with Native American communities or tribes. They were developed in collaboration between Native and non-Native cultural leaders, museum professionals, and artists over three years.