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Report summarizes mediation process involving Cambridge Indian mascot decision

Report summarizes mediation process involving Cambridge Indian mascot decision

The conflict over the Cambridge Central School mascot “has played out on a personal level,” affecting not only the school but also dividing families, friends and workplaces, said Duke Fisher, leader of the team that held community conversations about the Indian controversy.

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