Homecoming is full of parades, games, and dances. It’s not usually adulterated with blatant displays of racism. But last week, Copper Hills High School in West Jordan, Utah broke the “unusual” barrier. The cheer team dressed up as “Pocahotties.” You know, short tunic, war-painted faces, chicken feathers, stoic and sexy poses, dancing around like fools. On their homecoming parade float was inscribed a “real life” quote from Pocahontas (the Disney movie): “Sometimes the right path is not the easiest one.” Thanks, Grandmother Willow. You’re so wise…like an Indian.