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Community
Centering Tribal Stories
Category
Teaching Resources
Summary
A history book about the Pit River people written by Ron Demele for the Shasta County Office of Education. Written with significant Pit River leaders of the 1970s occupations.
Community
Tongva
Category
Social Justice, Anti-Colonial Practices
Summary
"Notice of Intent To Repatriate Cultural Items: Fowler Museum at the University of California Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA, and California Department of Parks and Recreation, Sacramento, CA Arroyo Sequit (CA–LAN– 52) and Humaliwu (CA– LAN–264)"
Community
Tongva
Category
Social Justice
Summary
OC Weekly Article discussing the repatriation of ancestors from Chilao Flats in the Angeles National Forest.
Community
Tongva
Category
Indigenous Practices, Social Justice
Summary
Article in the Press Telegram regarding the reburial that ocurred at Cal State University Long Beach.
Community
Tongva
Category
Repatriation Law and Policy, Academic Disciplines
Summary
Article discussing the importance of provenance information and background investigations for NAGPRA Claims.
Community
Tongva
Category
Academic Disciplines, Anti-Colonial Practices
Summary
Article written in the SAA Archaeological record regarding the Pimu Catalina Archaeology Project and Field School.
Community
Tongva
Category
Anti-Colonial Practices, Academic Disciplines
Summary
Cindi Alvitre's article "Into the Stream" for Convergence regarding the changes to the Southwest Museum's California Hall and the Ti'at.
Community
Tongva
Category
Repatriation Law and Policy
Summary
Article in the Bristol Post discussing the repatriation of Ancestors and Items from the Bristol Museum.
Community
Carrying Our Ancestors Home
Category
Teaching Resources, Repatriation Law and Policy
Summary
An accessible handbook for those unfamiliar with existing policy, which covers many laws pertaining to historic preservation, including repatriation laws.
Community
Carrying Our Ancestors Home
Category
Teaching Resources, Repatriation Law and Policy
Summary
An illustrated comic explaining the obligations and impact of the NAGPRA legislation project, made for Native peoples, archaeologists, museum practitioners, and others in the repatriation process.