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COMMENTS: The Mardi Gras Indians are a 150-year old New Orleans tradition that had its roots in antebellum gang warfare which evolved into ritual displays of complex hand-beaded costumes and music and dancing. At its heart it represents the spiritual as well as often political and military alliance that has existed between blacks and native Americans almost since the beginning of their meeting in the New World.

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