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El Maaso Koba es una cabeza de venado que usan los bailarines para encarnar un animal sagrado del Pueblo Yaqui. Esta cabeza de venado formó parte de una colección mantenida por un museo sueco durante 100 años y ahora está siendo repatriada a México.

Después de casi dos décadas de procesos legales, el pueblo de los Río Yaqui pronto podrán recibir artefactos sagrados devuelta a casa. Read more»

The Maaso Koba is a deer's head worn by dancers to embody a sacred animal of the Yaqui people. This deer head was part of a collection held by a Swedish museum for 100 years, and is now being repatriated to Mexico.

A collection of Yaqui artifacts — including the sacred ceremonial deer head Maaso Koba — will be brought back across the world to its home in Mexico with the Rio Yaqui people, after being held by a Swedish museum for 100 years. Read more»

Pascua Yaqui Attorney General Alfred Urbina told a Senate committee that the current relationship between state, federal and tribal law enforcement agencies is “unworkable, unreliable.”

A Pascua Yaqui official said Wednesday that changes to federal law allowing tribes to prosecute nonmembers for domestic violence represented “a new dawn” for Native Americans, but there are gaps in the law that need to be addressed. Read more»