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Rites of Passage: Apache Style




Saturday, August 01, 2009

Whether it is a Débutante ball, a Bat Mitzvah, a Quinceañera or a Sweet 16, every culture has its own unique rites of passage traditions. This is one such rite of passage for a 13 year old Native Brown Girl: Apache Style.

1 comments:

Tammy and Rob on: August 1, 2009 at 8:12 PM said...

Thanks for posting this video! My great great grandfather was a Mescalero Apache but I nor my mother never knew him. This brown girl is muy happy to have watched such an important event in a young woman's life!!

 

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