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Old 10-09-2013   #133
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Default Re: Should the Redskins change their name?

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Originally Posted by IDEXAN View Post
Hey but you can bet that if a reporter from the NY Times found one Indian on some remote reservation in Montana or Wyoming who objected to the "Redskins"
label, that reporter would make a big story and therefor a big issue about it.
Harjo declines to estimate what percentage of native people oppose the name. But she notes that the many organizations supporting her lawsuit include the Cherokee, Comanche, Oneida and Seminole tribes, as well as the National Congress of American Indians, the largest intertribal organization, which represents more than 250 groups with a combined enrollment of 1.2 million.

From the article you posted, Idaho

BTW, I hope your state recovers from it's white supremacist label sometime soon. Beautiful country but too many scary people up there.
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