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Bonded by culture

Leonard and Tangerine Robles of Lodi embrace foster children of Native American heritage — and help them connect with their cultural roots

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Posted: Friday, November 11, 2011 7:53 am

With his colorful feathers blowing in the wind on top of his traditional Native American headdress, Alex Robles stomps his moccasins into the ground as the bells around his ankle ring through the air. 

Eight-year-old Alex is showing off his grassland dance as his two youngest brothers dance around him. Jesse and Jacob, who are both 3 years old, are warrior dancers, their mom, Tangerine Robles, said. 

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