Title: "Museums in France Should Return African Treasures, Report Says"
Author: Nayeri, Farah
Media Outlet: The New York Times
Publish Date: November 21, 2018
PARIS — The sprawling Quai Branly Museum in Paris is stuffed with treasure. It has some 70,000 objects from sub-Saharan Africa in its collection, including magnificent statues from present-day Benin and delicate paintings that once decorated church walls in Ethiopia. But a long-awaited report coming out this week could have a dramatic impact on what visitors see there, with repercussions for other international museums.