Native American Logos By: Alexa Teran

Sports logos like the Washington Redskins mock Natives. "Many Native Americans are upset by the redskins name... as it (redskins) is seen as an unkind word for a Native American". Mocking has many definitions, to imitate and to tease. Native Americans are being called a racial slur and being looked at in a way that the are all physically identical.

Native American sports logos use stereotypes to represent the Natives. "Ray Halbritter (Oneida tribe) is a member of Change the Mascot". Change the Mascot in a protest group for Native American logos, public protests began in 1968. TheWashington Redskins have been asked multiple times to change their name but the owner has always declined.

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