Tag: sports mascots
The controversial mascot of the Cleveland Indians will no longer be printed on baseball cards made by the sole card manufacturer for the MLB.
Cleveland, Ohio was a prominent destination during the urban American Indian Movement; now those elder voices of that era are still fighting as they fade.
Governor Hamilton, your public endorsement of the Indian mascot for the El Reno Indian Spirit Charter leaves me with multiple questions.
A review of the Indian art exhibit, ‘Into the Future: Culture Power in Native American Art’ exhibit at MIAC, by Mohawk artist Alex Jacobs.
Part IV of ICTMN’s 50 Faces of Indian Country 2016 features Sonny Skyhawk, Supaman, and others.
Ray Halbritter was one of many speakers at Carlisle Journeys, a forum to discuss Native American athletes and current issues in athletics.
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.
Joe Horse Capture
An art exhibition in Minneapolis, Minnesota, slated to open to the public later this month is already causing a stir over the artist's use of Native American imagery.
Been an interesting couple of weeks, but two things jumped out and caught my attention. At first they might seem kind of unrelated but a closer look reveals two sides of the same coin. And the coin is called racism.The first incident involved a so-called “shock comic” named May...
Setting Sun Productions continues to break ground in building understanding of Native American cultures and histories.
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