Who Owns the Past? New law on the return of Indian remains challenges both scientists and tribal communitiesNov 15th, 1990 | By pboyer | Category: 2-3: Management Across Cultures, Features
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.
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