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Ban on eagle feathers at graduation to be reconsidered by Grand Forks schools

Voices of Native Americans are being heard after high school seniors in Grand Forks were allegedly told they couldn't wear a symbolic eagle feather at graduation ceremonies.

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Voices of Native Americans are being heard after high school seniors in Grand Forks were allegedly told they couldn't wear a symbolic eagle feather at graduation ceremonies.

The three public high schools in the area have a long standing "no personal adornment rule"- but now Grand Forks School officials are reconsidering the ban.

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