| This "tough-guy" "Indian"
image is yet another example of the stoic "noble savage" and depicts what would
likely be eagle feathers. For some First Nations, such items hold profound spiritual
meaning and thus may be considered as religious symbols.
Exploiting stereotypical racial icons and religious symbols in public schools may be considered as a form of institutional racism.
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