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Native discrimination

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — The New Mexico Court of Appeals reversed a lower court’s determination that the New Mexico Human Rights Act does not apply to public schools after a teacher and the Albuquerque school district were sued by a Native American student who felt unwelcome at school after a teacher cut off three inches of another Native American student’s hair and sprinkled it on their desk.

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