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Redskins’ Name Change Remains Activist’s Unfinished Business - The New York Times; What social institutions would be impacted by a name change?

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from america.aljazeera.com

The Oneida Indians thanked President Barack Obama for his comments about the Washington Redskins. According to the Associated Press, the leaders of the tribe used a meeting at the White House …

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This is an info graphic that weighs the perspective of many different people who are opposed to a Redskins name change. The info graphic also presents the point that the biggest problem the native american community has with the Redskins name is the "ownership of identity".

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from Washington Post

DeAngelo Hall tries to clarify remarks about Redskins name change topic... Hey, it's a tough topic. I think it's time to change the name, but he's not exaggerating about that 90% opposed to a name change. I have close friends who are Native American, one of whom has a mother at the forefront of the efforts to change the name. I've also met Native Americans who truly didn't care. I'd rather come in on the right side of history. #LoseTheSlur #KeepTheLogo #WashingtonWarpathBaby

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from The Hollywood Gossip

Washington Redskins offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan says he acted 'in the wrong way' when he was flagged for unsportsmanlike conduct during the final confusing seconds of the team's loss to the Cincinnati Bengals.

Redskins Name Change Supported By Only 10 Percent Of Native Americans? Nope 9 out of 10 deems the "R" word to be racist #NotYourMascot #ChangeTheMascot #NFL

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