Ribbon skirt created to honour Ireland Lacrosse

By Josh Giles Writer When Team Ireland stepped in to step out of the 2021 World Games paving the way for the Iroquois Nationals to take a spot at the Birmingham, Alabama games they touched the hearts and pride of the Haudenosaunee. Since then the Iroquois Nationals and other Indigenous peoples have been showing their gratitude to Ireland with platitudes but now a Mohawk crafter from Akwesasne has designed a, ribbon skirt to mark the gesture. Cheyenne Lazore said she just wanted to show her appreciation for Ireland Lacrosse. “I just want to thank Team Ireland for doing that. It meant so much to Indian country. It meant a lot to me and inspired me to do this,” Lazore told CBC News. Lazore is very close to the game of…

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