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    Gallery: 200 people attend forum about ‘Indians’ mascot in Skowhegan - Morning Sentinel photo by David Leaming | of | Share this photo

    Skowhegan resident Judi York speaks in favor of keeping the Indian mascot in SAD 54 school during a school board meeting Tuesday. "I'm getting tired of this," York said. "This is ridiculous."

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    Dwayne Tomah, a member of the Passaquoddy nation, speaks in favor of not using an Indian as a mascot for SAD 54 schools during a school board meeting Tuesday. "This is hurtful and demeaning," Tomah said.

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    Adelle Belanger speaks in favor of not using an Indian as a SAD 54 school mascot during a school board meeting Tuesday.

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    Gloria and Ken Gordon of Skowhegan hold a sign in favor of keeping the Indian mascot in SAD 54 during a school board meeting Tuesday.

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    Gallery: 200 people attend forum about ‘Indians’ mascot in Skowhegan - Morning Sentinel photo by David Leaming | of | Share this photo

    SAD 54 school board members and administrators listen to speakers during a meeting Tuesday to discuss the school's use of an Indian for a mascot.

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