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  • fae

    September 20, 2015

    It would only be discrimination if other children, of various races, were allowed that haircut and this Native boy was not. What the mother had was a denial of the mohawk. . And the “i’m an Indian and were use this hairstyle” is an excuse, not a reason.

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  • bob

    September 20, 2015

    I didn’t know the Mohawks ranged as far as Utah.

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  • uncle leo!

    September 20, 2015

    They don’t and the Senecas in the 1970-1990’s, when I was last in Salamanca, NY, didn’t have Mohawks either. My grandmother lived in Salamanca, NY and I would visit frequently over 20 years and I never saw a Mohawk in that town. So for a mother and tribe to say it was soo important is full of garbage.

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  • native american boy mohawk

    September 20, 2015

    It doesn’t make a difference where he’s living. If he’s Mohawk then he has the right to dress or practice his culture. Natives don’t celebrate many us holidays ,that’s their rights. All natives don’t have to be in an area that was once tribal land to dress or have their hair the way it’s worn. People need to cut this discrimination out. They are free to travel and be themselves just as you or I. I can’t believe you would ask such a question.

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  • lee

    September 20, 2015

    His race, his culture, his heritage, etc.. is entirely irrelevant.

    It’s his head, and his hair… and it’s his choice if he wants part of it shaved.

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  • Klasky Csupo

    September 20, 2015

    i went to school with a kid who dyed his hair BLUE. is that any less distracting? i’ve had a mohawk and i’m white as snow. these nerds need to back off.

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