Should American Indian tribal member students in public schools have to ask permission to wear a feather for graduation ceremony?

Asked by: TwoCrows
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  • That's against their rights...

    Freedom of religion and speech are being violated. Honestly if this is happening, you could take this to court. Especially if they don't allow you to. You have a right to expression of your religion! There is no argument for yes to this one... Unless wearing a feather offends someone.

  • It would be appallingly racist to require permission

    It would only be fair if EVERYONE had to get permission to wear things ethnic or religious. And since it would obviously be ridiculous to make a student get permission to wear a cross or a claddagh ring, the same thing goes for feathers. Requiring permission would be racist, demeaning and discriminatory.

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