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Leonard and Tangerine Robles of Lodi embrace foster children of Native American heritage — and help them connect with their cultural roots
The Robles family display their Native American culture through their outfits and family staff. From left, back row: Stephanie, Alyssa, Jasmine, Leonard, Marcus and Tangerine. Front row: Jesse, Alex and Jacob.
Jacob Robles, 3, stands tall in the living room of the Robles home while wearing a traditional Native American ceremonial outfit.
Alex Robles, 8, dances around in the front yard wearing an elaborate Native American ceremonial outfit.
Marcus Robles, 1, sleeps on his father’s, Leonard Robles’, chest. Leonard and his wife, Tangerine, have adopted and raised six children along with a goddaughter and two biological children.
Jasmine Robles, 17, helps dress her younger brother, Jesse Robles, 3, in a traditional Native American ceremonial outfit. Jasmine and Jesse are two of six children adopted and raised by Leonard and Tangerine Robles.
Handmade bustles hang on the wall of Leonard and Tangerine Robles’ Lodi home. The Native American family handmade the different elements that make up their traditional ceremonial outfits.
Leonard Robles holds up and intricate, handmade beaded adornment that is kept in a wood box in his Lodi home.