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Indians Not Offended By Redskins Name So why Then Are You?
It is becoming increasingly evident that there are those among us who are just looking for reasons to be offended and they want us to be offended too. Let's take for example the case of The Washington Redskins football team.
A new Washington Post poll of 504 Native Americans, on and off the…
Amherst Must Stand But “Redskins” An Outrage?
When a sports team chooses a name for the franchise, they usually pick something or someone that demands respect. For New England, the Patriots are a logical choice. The New York Yankees choice had purpose and so does too, the name of the Washington Redskins...
Redskins Owner Plans Appeal Of Federal Court Ruling
Washington Redskins GM Bruce Allen is responding to today's ruling that upholds a cancellation of the team's trademark.
Allen says, "We look forward to winning on appeal after a fair and impartial review of the case." He went on to say, "We are convinced that we w…
Feds Discuss Changing Tribal Recognition Process
The federal Department of the Interior held a hearing in Massachusetts on its plan to make it easier for American Indian tribes to gain federal recognition.
The Tuesday morning hearing, at the Mashpee Wampanoag tribe's community center on Cape Cod, is the last in series of meetings on the propos…

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