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  • Popplestone, Ann
    Ann Popplestone CCC TLC 216-987-3584 ... From: Kuchta, Tim [SMTP:T.Kuchta@TCU.EDU] Sent: Tuesday, April 18, 2000 3:37 PM To:
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      FW: Kennewick Man presentation set for May 22

      Ann Popplestone
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      216-987-3584


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        Contact: Aaron Kirk Douglas
        Client Services Director (503) 276-2115

        KENNEWICK MAN PRESENTATION SLATED
        for May 22nd, Richland Washington

          Paula A. Barran will present an overview of the Kennewick Man

      litigation and explain

          events expected to occur in the next six months. The presentation

      is being sponsored

          by the Columbia River Exhibition of History Science and Technology

      Museum

          (CREHST).

                Date: Monday, May 22nd, 2000
              Time: 7 p.m.
              Location: Richland Red Lion, 802 George Washington Way Cost: $5 CREHST Museum members, $6 non-members.
              More Info: (509) 943-9000

          The Kennewick Man litigation is still pending and, depending on

      the outcome, may

          provide significant and important judicial case law interpreting

      the Native American

          Graves Protection and Repatriation Act. Paula is one of the

      attorneys representing

          eight anthropologists in their quest to study the skeleton. She

      will present an overview
      of the litigation to help understand the theories that are presently before the U.S.

          District Court for the District of Oregon. She will also discuss

      the interests of some of

          the scientists who are seeking study rights, and why, and explain

      what is likely to

          happen over the next six months in this interesting litigation.

      Because the case is still

          pending, this is intended to be an informative discussion and not

      an argument for or

          against any party's position in the case.

        Aaron Kirk Douglas
        Client Services Director
        Barran Liebman LLP
        Phone: (503) 276-2115
        Fax: (503) 274-1212
        On the web at
        http://www.barran.com

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