The Washington Redskins name controversy involves the name and logo of the
National ... In 1933 the football team that shared both the name and playing field
with the Boston Braves baseball team ......
Washington's professional football team has lost another fight over its name. ....
football team's name has centered around whether it's actually offensive to Nativ.
Oct 20, 2013 ... If you want to know how unhinged PC has become, look no further than the
controversy over sports teams with offensive names.
Jun 18, 2014 ... Washington Redskins And The 5 Most Offensive Team Names In Sports ...
Snyder and his compatriots to change the name of the NFL's Washington
franchise. ... This Old House Is Actually The Most Secure Place on Earth.
May 21, 2016 ... In a twist to a long-running debate over a team's name, most Native ... of the term
as a pejorative — “now considered by many to be an offensive term,” ... on the
name of a certain Washington-based professional football team. .... page A1 of
the New York edition with the headline: Is 'Redskins' Really a Slur...
Jun 18, 2014 ... ... Redskins games until team owner Daniel Snyder changes the name. ... calling
Washington's professional football team the 'Redskins' does ...
May 20, 2016 ... The Washington Redskins should change their name. It doesn't matter if Native
Americans find it offensive or not. ... It turns out that Native American Indians are
not offended by the name of Washington's football team after all. ... Actually "how
few" is how I would describe the number of people surve...
Apr 3, 2014 ... (The question: “The professional football team in Washington calls itself ... As a
Native American, do you find that name offensive or doesn't it bother you?”). ....
and member of the Blackfeet Nation: “Racism gets really draining.
May 15, 2015 ... So the football team changed stadiums and moved to Fenway Park. The current
... Do you know what the pejorative 'redskins' really means ?
Oct 8, 2013 ... The name of a certain pro football team in Washington, D.C., has ... 90 percent of
respondents did not consider the term offensive, ... Indian support for the name “is
really a classic case of internalized oppression,” Harjo said.