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Marking its second year, American Indian group targets stereotypes

9:11 PM, Mar. 30, 2013
Kiowa Quillen, 6, and her mother, Melissa, both of Wausau, dance Saturday at the second anniversary celebration and fundraiser for the American Indian Resource Center of Marathon County in Wausau.
Kiowa Quillen, 6, and her mother, Melissa, both of Wausau, dance Saturday at the second anniversary celebration and fundraiser for the American Indian Resource Center of Marathon County in Wausau.
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Wausau resident Angela Bordeau makes it a priority to expose her twin boys to people of all races and cultures. The boys are part American Indian, and Bordeau wants them to learn about their heritage whenever possible.

"It's important for them to learn where they came from and rule out the negative stereotypes associated with being part native," said Bordeau, 32.

That was why she took the boys Saturday to the second anniversary celebration and fundraiser for the American Indian Resource Center of Marathon County. Bordeau wanted education for the boys - and Indian tacos, of course. ...

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