A Navajo student had eagle feathers on her graduation cap.

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Most of what Tasheena Savala wore to honor her Navajo heritage was covered by the billowy folds of her graduation gown.

Under it, she had on a traditional velvet dress that her grandmother had sewn for her and a turquoise and silver belt of her mom’s. On her neck, she layered tribal necklaces. On her feet, she slid on moccasins.

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