Tag: native mascots
Governor Hamilton, your public endorsement of the Indian mascot for the El Reno Indian Spirit Charter leaves me with multiple questions.
Part V of ICTMN’s 50 Faces of Indian Country 2016 features Wes Studi, Dave Archambault II, Tanaya Beatty, and others.
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...
It will take a lot more than a single, skewed poll about the Washington NFL team's racist name to shut us up, Diné activist Amanda Blackhorse says.
A press conference was held Friday to highlight the continued efforts by Native Americans and allies to change the name of the Washington NFL team.
Native American leaders are deriding a new Washington Post report that argues 9 out of 10 Native Americans do not find the word 'Redskins' offensive.
A Washington Post poll claims 9 out of 10 Native Americans have no problem with the name of the Washington football team. But it ignores the harm.
On Monday, Cleveland Indians’ opening game, Cleveland’s city council voted to the removal of the team’s controversial mascot from public utility poles.
A failing U.S. school system is partly to blame for the perpetuation of Indian mascots in sports and at schools across the country.
Swimming for our Nation's Capital, Georgetown U's Jesse Gibson
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