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This poem written and framed by Beckee Garris expresses the sentiment that "looks aren't a determinant of one's Indian identity. Look closely in the background and you will see a silhouette of a feather, an important symbol to many Native Americans for a variety of reasons including smudging ceremonies. It's diameter is 8 x 16 inches.
Beckee Garris, is an enrolled member of the Catawba Indian Nation. She has been instrumental in helping to revive the Catawba language.
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