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*Please note: All resources submitted will be reviewed by the Educational Resources Sub-Committee prior to posting. 


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NAGPRA Update 2024
January 12, 2024
Updates to the NPS website about NAGPRA, including new templates and guidance, published on Friday, January 12, 2024. Join Melanie O'Brien for a tour of the changes and new documents. *Session was re-recorded on January 18, 2024, due to technical iss…
ARCSchat September 7, 2021: Restitution and Repatriation with Alexander Herman
September 7, 2021
Like the change of seasons, the arrival of September brings the return of #ARCSchat on the first Tuesday of every month. We begin our new season with Mr. Alexander Herman, Assistant Director of the Institute for Art Law, to discuss and take your ques…
Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act
May 17, 2021
Official source for all information and latest updates from this Government Agency.
Repatriation: Building Bridges between Nations
May 17, 2021
Discussion on different types of repatriations and their importance for building cultural bridges.
Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act
April 19, 2021
NAGPRA addresses claims by federally recognized tribes for the return of human remains and cultural objects unlawfully obtained from prehistoric, historic, former, and current Native American homelands.
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