Chelsey Ramer can't graduate because she is proud to be Native American

Support Chelsey Ramer, a member of the Poarch Creek Band, who was fined $1,000 and denied her diploma for wearing an eagle feather at high school graduation.
Dan Morrison
Atmore, Alabama
United States
2 Team Members

Celebrating My Native American Heritage Is Not A Crime

Chelsey Ramer is a high school senior at Escambia Academy High School in Alabama. She is also a proud member of the Poarch Creek Band of Indians. To celebrate her Native American heritage, she wore an eagle feather on her motorboard at graduation - pretty awesome!
But Headmaster Betty Warren would have none of it. She fined Chelsey $1,000 and withheld her diploma and transcripts until she pays the fine. This is outrageous. Let's pay Chelsey's fine!
Donate what you can and share with your friends on Facebook an Twitter. First donation gets a free First Peoples t-shirt. 
If you can't donate, call the new Escambia Academy headmaster at (251) 368-2080 and tell him to recind the fine and apologize to Chelsey.
If we can get Escambia Academy to recind Chelsea's fine and/or we raise more money, Chelsey can use the money to further her education.
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