Christian Titman walked into Lamonica Stadium for Clovis High's graduation ceremony in June, 2015, in Clovis, Calif. The Native American student wore an eagle feather to graduation after resolving a court fight with the school district over the sacred object.
Christian Titman walked into Lamonica Stadium for Clovis High's graduation ceremony in June, 2015, in Clovis, Calif. The Native American student wore an eagle feather to graduation after resolving a court fight with the school district over the sacred object. Eric Paul Zamora Associated Press
Christian Titman walked into Lamonica Stadium for Clovis High's graduation ceremony in June, 2015, in Clovis, Calif. The Native American student wore an eagle feather to graduation after resolving a court fight with the school district over the sacred object. Eric Paul Zamora Associated Press

Native American high-schoolers who want to wear eagle feathers for graduation take their cause to court

May 06, 2016 10:47 AM