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    Maulian Dana, the Penobscot Nation's tribal ambassador, gives a speech Thursday as she holds an Eagle feather as an example of what a symbol is as the two sides of the "Indians" mascot battle converge at a school board meeting at Skowhegan Middle School. The Penobscot Nation Youth Council joined with local students to protest continued use of the mascot.

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    Judi York, center, speaks as the two sides of the "Indians" mascot clash Thursda at a school board meeting at Skowhegan Middle School. The Penobscot Nation Youth Council joined with local students to protest continued use of the mascot.

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    Maulian Dana, the Penobscot Nation's tribal ambassador, gives a speech Thursday as she holds an Eagle feather as an example of what a symbol is as the two sides of the "Indians" mascot battle converge at a school board meeting at Skowhegan Middle School. The Penobscot Nation Youth Council joined with local students to protest continued use of the mascot.

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    People stand for the Pledge of Allegiance on Thursday before a contentious debate about the "Indians" mascot before the start of a school board meeting at Skowhegan Middle School. The Penobscot Nation Youth Council joined with local students to protest the Skowhegan-based school district's continued use of the mascot.

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