Who Owns the Past? New law on the return of Indian remains challenges both scientists and tribal communities

Nov 15th, 1990 | By | Category: 2-3: Management Across Cultures, Features
By Paul Boyer

After years of protest in Indian communities, President Bush signed legislation in autumn making it easier for tribes to regain ownership of skeletal remains and funeral-related artifacts now held by museums, universities and federal agencies. TCJ PAID CONTENT


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