The debate over Indian nicknames and logos continue

The state’s education agency wants to create a list of Indian nicknames and logos that schools would have to defend if they’re challenged on them. The Department of Public Instruction held a public hearing yesterday on how it will implement a new state law that sets up a complaint process about schools with Indian monikers. The D-P-I ruled this week that the Osseo-Fairchild Chieftains’ nick-name and logo was racially discriminatory – and it gave the school board a year to change them.

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