Eagle Feather Causes Trouble At Graduation Again
According to Indian Country Today, another student has been asked to remove an eagle feather during graduation. Sky Walkingstick of the Eastern Band of Cherokee was told to remove the feather before graduation. The Assistant Principal of JB Pennington High School Steven Bryson told Sky to remove feather from his cap minute before the ceremony began.
This is the second time this year that a feather has been an issue during graduation. Chelsey Ramer was also asked to remove her feather. She did not remove the feather and was fined $1,000.
Sky Walkingstick choose to remove his feather before the ceremony.
What are your thoughts on these incidents?
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