Support Navajo Girl to Wear Her Moccasins for High School Graduation

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Deirdre O'Connor
4 years ago
Honor this First Nation woman's achievement and culture, and you will show your students how to live rightly.

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Joanne Schoettler
4 years ago
Then Christians needn't wear their crosses on their necks because we can see them too. Oh, Jews, no yarmulkes. Oh, Muslims, no caps or scarves. Oh, Wiccans, no pentagrams. Oh, Buddhists, no robes. Oh. Catholics, no rosary. Oh, LGBTQ, no flamboyancy or boas. Anyone else to exclude from Christian White Privilege and White Supremacy discrimination preferences ?

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Mary Guerito
5 years ago
I am Navajo. She is proud of her heritage. Good for her!

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alexandre NICOLAU BENSDOUN
5 years ago
FOR THE RESPECT OF THE LIFE, FOR THE RESPECT OF THE HUMAN BEING ....

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Robin Solis
5 years ago
It's a simple freedom. C'mon!

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Samuel Burke
5 years ago
We should all have the right to express our different religious identities. Signed by an Evangelical Christian.

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Liz Roberts
5 years ago
I feel it doesn't matter how you are dressed and if that is your culture than I see no reason why they can't wear them.

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Tina Loewen
5 years ago
I am signing, for I was taken away from my father and mother. They are both Navajo. I was raised within a German speaking people. After I wasn't feeling connected with them . Felt that I needed to give other young Navajo people their rights to feel part of their Culture and what is important within our Culture. For I never had a chance yet within my life.

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Kathleen Decker
5 years ago
This is disrespectful and, in my opinion racism. Most unrepresented population in our country and the right to represent their culture denied?

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Gilles PREMEL
5 years ago
Cultural heritage makes psychological re-enforcement stronger... Isn't that what teacher's are looking for in their student's !
I work with brain traumas.
Maybe you would like to traumastise more cultures.
Let's all teach state policy how to behave.