International Repatriation Blog

Conveying the latest on Indigenous International Repatriation efforts from Indigenous perspectives.

The International Repatriation Blog

The International Repatriation Blog is dedicated to addressing International Repatriation on the Tribal, National, and International levels. It serves to connect Native Nations, Indigenous Peoples, and Repositories globally to further repatriation efforts.

The International Repatriation Blog supports the efforts of the International Repatriation Program at the Association on American Indian Affairs, which is informed by the Working Group on International Repatriation. The Working Group is composed on Native Nations, tribal members, and others interested in promoting the movement to return Native American Ancestors and cultural items back to their Native Nations.

Authors:

Angelo Baca (Dine’/Hopi)

Dominic Henry (Dine’)

Honor Keeler (Cherokee)

2 thoughts on “The International Repatriation Blog

  1. I am very much interested in International Repatriation efforts for the southeastern region of the forced removed tribes of Oklahoma. I used to live in Chattanooga, Tennessee for the last 13 years and have moved home at Bristow, Oklahoma recently. I studied the regional archaeology and chased down collections orginating from major sites there. I have some leads to some european countries such as the UK and Spain with possible collections.

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  2. Both this blog and steady success in reclaiming control over communal and national heritage have been a long time coming. Both promise to make the world safer.

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