Native graduates should be able to celebrate their successes without sacrificing their tribal identity.
High school graduate Lena’ Black filed a lawsuit against the Broken Arrow School District for violating her rights to free exercise of religion...
The Walns asked the court to declare it illegal to ban Native American graduating students from expressing their academic achievement and religious beliefs through beaded caps and eagle feathers or plumes.
While most school districts practice inclusivity and have graduation policies that reaffirm the right of Indigenous peoples to wear traditional clothing or religious
Last fall, Charity Goodall-Smith began making arrangements for her son, Tacoda Goodall, to wear an eagle feather and beaded cap at his graduation from Midway High School