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Jonathan Hawk Dec 4
So true, we are a proud people. The elegance & beauty of our people is without question. See more from the Pow Wow thru the lens of at: .
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Washines Nov 26
NFL on Fox jus did a segment on Tribal Mascots, pretty dope! Raising awareness
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Jonathan Hawk Dec 2
as we live them. We stood in respect of that Eagle Staff & to honor those who carried it. This moment from Pow Wow & so much more as seen thru the lens of at:
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Stephanie Davis Dec 3
I am so proud of the Lamar High School alumni working to change our discriminatory “Savages” mascot. Let’s do this thing.
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Jonathan Hawk Nov 27
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Sean Carleton Nov 26
Major social changes sometimes happen so quickly that it's hard to appreciate their gravity. So, let's pause - on - to appreciate that today the "Washington Football Club" is playing the Dallas Cowboys. This is brought to you by organizers.
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Brian Simpkins #JusticeForCarmeloDuncan Nov 26
Folks will continue to be willfully ignorant because they aren't effected by the effects of Native imagery and branding in sports. It's deeply racist to argue with Indigenous peoples on this issue that directly affects us during our National Day of Mourning.
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James Courage Singer Nov 30
Today is an important day in Utah's history when it comes to Utah-Indian relations. We can watch it unfold before us.
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Indigenous 7h
SM North Indians and other Native American mascots in SMSD would be retired with new policy
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Jonathan Hawk Nov 30
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Jonathan Hawk Nov 26
It's all here, every color it takes to add up to , men's traditional. See the beauty & powerful tales told at Hunting Moon Pow Wow in this essay by at: .
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Garry Van Kirk (Iwastela Wasʼagya) Nov 28
Despite wave of Native American mascot retirements in 2020, Massachusetts still holds the title for having the most in New England. The 26 schools that still hold onto their mascots or logos are:
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Melissa Cheatham Nov 30
Let's say goodbye to these mascots and make our schools more welcoming for every student.
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Jonathan Hawk Dec 3
First Nations, First Peoples, First Americans, & proud. See more thru the lens of indigenous in this essay from Pow Wow at: .
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Samantha Eldridge Nov 30
Bountiful HS announced they will begin the process to change the "braves" mascot name! Thank you to everyone who made this happen.
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Utah Wahoo Nov 30
Replying to @sltrib
Wonderful! Great decision!
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Exeter Chiefs For Change Dec 4
Valuable and important lessons from the excellent Rugby Union Weekly podcast with on the issue but for racism elsewhere in rugby ( we're looking at you...)
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Elizabeth Holloway Dec 4
need your help. All connected with rugby & beyond, we ALL need to step up and put this right If you listen to what said about tackling racism & still don't see why we need to right wrongs in front of us, listen again
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The Utah League of Native American Voters Nov 30
Representations matter. All students at Bountiful High no longer will have to deal with the indignity of having a racially insensitive and culturally inappropriate Native American mascot.
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Exeter Chiefs For Change Dec 4
Replying to @ugomonye
2 continued) "...Rugby has two sets of values: the one it evangelises and is used to sell the game and the other one is the ones that they feel comfortable with. They pick and choose as and when. They hide behind them and use them."
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