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Archive 2014 | “Tribal Member” Video Portrait​

Megan Argueta & Sydney Lisenby

Megan Argueta & Sydney Lisenby

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Being a Tribal Princess is more than just a title. It represents an opportunity and paves the way for young women to become role models in the community. Megan and Sydney represented Poarch in 2014 with messages of unity. Engaging in culture—learning the Mvskoke (Creek) language and traditions, including stomp dancing, basket weaving and beading—helped them connect more deeply to their roots. Like the Princesses before them, they pass the torch to future generations, bringing honor to their ancestors and dignity to the Tribe.
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