The Native American Graves Protection And Repatriation Act, also known as NAGPRA, was passed in 1990 in part to hasten the return to Native care of ancestral remains that were dug up and placed in museums. But 34 years later, Native leaders say, too many ancestors remain held in public institutions. This year, new rules governing NAGPRA went into effect that many hope will finally bring those ancestors home – and bring some healing with them. ICT’s Mary Annette Pember has this report.