Iesha is a member of the Muscogee (Creek) Nation. With her goal to teach native children to not be afraid to show their ‘Native Pride’, she strives to be a motivational role model in her community. She will use her title as a WeRNative Ambassador to teach native children that they can do what ever they set their minds to as long as they don’t give up. After competing in the Jr. Miss Muscogee (Creek) Nation pageant and placing Runner-up and Miss Congeniality, she decided to become more involved in the native communities.
Hi! I’m a biracial child (African American & Irish) that was inspired by a past teacher to learn about fancy shawl dancers. I’m an aspiring artist as well, I love drawing the shawls that I’ve seen in past powwows. Is that okay for me to do being non-native?see answer
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