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Native American child sent home over traditional mohawk


Native American child sent home over traditional mohawk: [] The second-grader, whose parents are Seneca and Paiute, chose a hairstyle that is popular with native peoples in many places, his father said Thursday, but his wife still received a call from the school saying it went against the Arrowhead Elementary School’s dress code.

He was allowed to return to class only after a member of the Seneca National Tribe, located in New York, penned a letter to Washington County School District administrators confirming that the hairstyle is a common tradition among tribal members.

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Dispatch: Aboriginal Press Media Group  |   Permalink  |   [19.9.15]  |   0 comments


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