Native American student not walking because of tribal feather


Right here in the grand state of Alabama (sarcasm, y’all), a seventeen year old Native American student named Chelsea Ramer is being denied her diploma because she was wearing a tribal feather on her cap while graduating from Escambia Academy High School in Atmore. She  is a member of the Poarch Band of Creek Indians (which is common down here) and wore the feather to celebrate her heritage. Her school has a “no extraneous items” policy and made graduating seniors sign a contract. Chelsea did not sign, however, and was still allowed in to the ceremony. She will not get her diploma until she pays a $1000 fine.

Now for my critique. I can’t wait to see them attempt to enforce a ‘contract’ with a minor, that she couldn’t legally consent to anyway.  It’s funny that high schools try to pull that crap as if it matters anyway.  You still graduate.  Your school still has to provide…

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3 thoughts on “Native American student not walking because of tribal feather

  1. By the Gods, why are people so ridiculous? It’s not like they can hold her to this ludicrous “contract”…she’s not 18! And a $1000 fine for wearing a feather showing her heritage? As if.


  2. Dude. Things like this is the reason why I hate the USA. It pretends to be such a great country, but in fact it’s the most ignorant, annoying, arrogant country in the world.

    Honestly, I’m not surprised why the rest of the world hates you.

    No offense to you, Date. I love you, bro, but I just hate the country you happen to live in.


  3. And also, with all that rascism, hatred, judgment, prejudice, I’m not surprised why everyone keeps running into schools shooting all the times. I understand how that is such a terrible thing to say, but, FUCK DUDES, what a hateful place to live, it’s only a matter of time before someone snaps.


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