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Health care, seismic testing, a salmon save and more during The Week That Was: The Big Stories in Indian Country, July 30, 2017.
The controversial mascot of the Cleveland Indians will no longer be printed on baseball cards made by the sole card manufacturer for the MLB.
"They need a hobby — like stringing beads," an unidentified man yells at a crowd calling attention to the racist mascot of baseball's Cleveland Indians.
Happy New Year Native American style. Here's a list of funny Native New Year's resolutions you'll likely never see in Indian country.
In 2016, school and team mascots that disparage Native Americans still exist. Here is a look back at some of the great Native appropriation blunders.
Sheena Louise Roetman
Despite rumors that the Cleveland Indians would finally be dumping their racist mascot/logo, Chief Wahoo - The mascot will not change.
I don’t know about you, but I’m still waiting for the NDN versions of the holiday classic movies. There are many, many adaptions of A Christmas Carol, all with extra special twists. SNL did a version with the hilarious Alec Baldwin lampooning Trump. I hoped that Donald “Scrooge” be...
Bomani Jones didn’t give the “Hoka Hey, it’s a good day to die,” he was just talking about his show #TheRightTime and the social media response that “Today Was a Good Day” on October 27 because he moved the needle in talking about how racism is acceptable in and...
The Week That Was November 5, 2016, held more pepper spray and rubber bullets for water protectors, election madness and a mascot's baseball defeat.
The Curse of Sockalexis stands as the Cubs beat the Indians - But I can't unsee the World Series Game 7 - by Native Sports editor Vincent Schilling
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