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Saturday February 6, 2016
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A member of the Flagstaff Lady Eagles with her tsiiyeeł. Photo by Candice Begay
Basketball teams are showing solidarity with the Flagstaff Lady Eagles in Arizona, whose members were forced to remove their Navajo hairstyles before a game.
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