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Eagle Feathers First Banned, Then Allowed at California Graduation
In the days leading up to the June 5 graduation ceremony at Lenmoore High School in Lenmoore, California, administrators had banned the eight graduating Native American seniors from wearing eagle feathers in their graduation caps, but hours before the ceremony, they allowed the feathers, reported The Fresno Bee.

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Eagle Feathers First Banned, Then Allowed at California Graduation


In the days leading up to the June 5 graduation ceremony at Lenmoore High School in Lenmoore, California, administrators had banned the eight graduating Native American seniors from wearing eagle feathers in their graduation caps, but hours before the ceremony, they allowed the feathers, reported The Fresno Bee.

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The Term ‘American Indian,’ Plus Ethnicity, Sovereignty, and Identity
There is a widespread view that Native American identity has been shaped by ethnicity, sovereignty, and tribal citizenship. Ethnicity, sovereignty, and tribal citizenship are concepts that many Indian nations have adopted, but they originate primarily in U.S. society, and have been adapted by Indian nations under U.S. influence.

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The Term β€˜American Indian,’ Plus Ethnicity, Sovereignty, and Identity


There is a widespread view that Native American identity has been shaped by ethnicity, sovereignty, and tribal citizenship. Ethnicity, sovereignty, and tribal citizenship are concepts that many Indian nations have adopted, but they originate primarily in U.S. society, and have been adapted by Indian nations under U.S. influence.

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Yakama Tribe Celebrates Treaty of 1855 With Annual Pow Wow and Parade
Washington state Governor Jay Inslee and his wife, Trudi, took part in the Yakama Treaty Days Parade on June 9, recognizing the Treaty of 1855 between the U.S. and the Yakama Nation. Governor Inslee stopped frequently to shake hands and exchange a few words with onlookers, as he made his way to the podium to join Tribal Council Chairman JoDe Goudy, who rode behind him on horseback in full regalia, and Navajo Code Talker Kee Etsicitty.

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Yakama Tribe Celebrates Treaty of 1855 With Annual Pow Wow and Parade

Washington state Governor Jay Inslee and his wife, Trudi, took part in the Yakama Treaty Days Parade on June 9, recognizing the Treaty of 1855 between the U.S. and the Yakama Nation. Governor Inslee stopped frequently to shake hands and exchange a few words with onlookers, as he made his way to the podium to join Tribal Council Chairman JoDe Goudy, who rode behind him on horseback in full regalia, and Navajo Code Talker Kee Etsicitty.