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Who owns the body? : international human rights conference. 5, Native American Indian repatriation. Panel 1: Native American Indian human rights: theft, possession and repatriation of native remains

Author: Gary StrankmanWalter R Echo-HawkFrancis P McManamonJace WeaverGerald Robert VizenorAll authors
Publisher: [California] : University of California Regents, 2000.
Edition/Format:   VHS video : VHS tape   Visual material : English
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Native American remains and human rights: Despite the passage of NAGPRA (Native American Grave Protection and Repatriation Act) Native Americans are still being confronted by some scientists claiming a right to own or control dead Indian bodies in order to conduct experiments on them perpetuating a double standard which began with early North American exploration that treated Indian bodies as property, curios or
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Genre/Form: Congresses
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Gary Strankman; Walter R Echo-Hawk; Francis P McManamon; Jace Weaver; Gerald Robert Vizenor; Karen Biestman; University of California (System). Regents.
OCLC Number: 45278846
Performer(s): Panel: Gary Strankman (moderator), Walter Echohawk, Frank McManamon, Jace Weaver, Gerald Vizenor, Karen Biestman (Discussant).
Event notes: Conference held at the University of California, Berkeley, International House, September 20-23, 2000.
Description: 1 videocassette (180 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in.
Details: VHS.
Contents: Native American remains and human rights / Walter Echohawk --
Human remains and NAGPRA: responsibilities and requirements / Frank McManamon --
Native and other bodies: addressing NAGPRA / Jace Weaver --
Bone courts and Native American sovereignty / Gerald Vizenor.
Other Titles: Native American remains and human rights.
Human remains and NAGPRA: responsibilities and requirements.
Native and other bodies: addressing NAGPRA.
Bone courts and Native American sovereignty.
Native American Indian repatriation.
Native American Indian human rights: theft, possession and repatriation of native remains
Theft, possession and repatriation of native remains
Who owns the body conference 9/22/00, Panel 1
Responsibility: Regents of the University of California.

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Native American remains and human rights: Despite the passage of NAGPRA (Native American Grave Protection and Repatriation Act) Native Americans are still being confronted by some scientists claiming a right to own or control dead Indian bodies in order to conduct experiments on them perpetuating a double standard which began with early North American exploration that treated Indian bodies as property, curios or archeological artificts while dead bodies and graves of other citizens were protected by laws.

Human remains and NAGPRA: The Chief Archaeologist of the National Park Service explains the procedures and requirements of NAGPRA that requires the repatriation of Native American human remains and other cultural objects in public museum collections and those recovered from federal lands.

Native and other bodies: Addresses the track record of NAGPRA and also looks at objects other than human remains as a kind of "cultural body," thus looking at NAGPRA as an internally consistent whole.

Bone courts and Native American sovereignty: Considers a proposal to establish a Bone Court -- a new federal judicial forum to hear and decide disputes over museum collections of human remains, repatriation, burial sites, research on bones and to protect native sovereignty.

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