By Lynn CordovaFollowing protest, Swirling logs, not the Nazi symbol of hate, was permitted to stay on sale at the Salt Lake City flea market.
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By Lynn CordovaRobert Roche, as a lead voice of opposition to the Cleveland Indians' name and mascot, is facing federal charges of conspiracy to steal federal funds.
By Lynn CordovaA school just outside of Washington, D.C., has banned its students from wearing Washington NFL team gear, saying it's "insulting and offensive."
By Lynn CordovaThe L.A. City Council voted on August 30 to replace Columbus Day with Indigenous Peoples Day. Meanwhile in New York, a bust to the slave-trader was found decapitated.
By Lynn CordovaA 'problematic' stone carving on the Yale University campus built in 1929 depicts a white man in a top hat aiming a musket at a Native.
By Lynn CordovaBags of Tostitos chips with the Washington NFL team name and logo are on shelves throughout Washington, D.C., prompting controversy.
By Lynn CordovaTara Houska, a tribal rights attorney and former Native advisor to Bernie Sanders, was named one of Good Housekeeping's Awesome Women of 2017.
By Lynn CordovaA group of activists in Baltimore, Maryland, smashed a monument to Christopher Columbus saying he “initiated a centuries-old wave of terrorism.”
By Lynn CordovaRoderick Plentyhawk, 32, was named as a suspect in the shooting deaths of three people in a memo sent to Montana authorities following a BOLO alert.
By Lynn CordovaThe Washington NFL team's Josh Norman feels his bow-and-arrow celebration performance is not as violent as the New England Patriots’ firing of muskets.