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    Zachary Queenan and Nicole Carter joined 40 sign-carrying people who held a silent protest against changing the use of the American Indian as a sports mascot in Skowhegan schools before a meeting of SAD 54’s education policy program committee and representatives of the Wabanaki federation in Skowhegan on Monday.

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    Barry Dana, center, former chief of the Penobscot Nation, arrives with others who want Skowhegan schools to cease using an American Indian as a sports mascot to attend a meeting with members of SAD 54’s education policy program committee in Skowhegan on Monday.

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    Members of SAD 54’s education policy program committee, back row, listen to representatives of the Wabanaki federation who want Skowhegan schools to cease using an American Indian as a sports mascot during a meeting in Skowhegan on Monday.

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    Skylar Carter was among 40 people who turned out to support keeping the American Indian as a sports mascot in Skowhegan schools before a meeting of representatives of the Wabanaki federation and SAD 54’s education policy program committee on Monday.

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