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President Obama Meets With Tribal Leaders Ahead of Tribal Conference
Before the 2013 White House Tribal Nations Conference scheduled for tomorrow, President Barack Obama sat down with a dozen tribal leaders to discuss job creation and economic devel...
NFL Commish Goodell and Snyder Discuss Handling Opposition to 'Redskins'
According to The Washington Post , “Redskins” owner, Dan Snyder, and NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, met on Tuesday to discuss the team’s name...
Halbritter Brings ‘Change the Mascot’ Campaign to USET
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The opening session of the United South and Eastern Tribes annual meeting featured Oneida Indian Nation Representative and CEO Ray Halbritter talking about the ongoing efforts to g...
NFL and Oneida Indian Nation Meeting This Week About Redskins Name Change
Representatives of the Oneida Indian Nation and NFL officials will meet next week in New York City to talk about the on-going “Redskins” name-change controversy...
Rejected "Change the Mascot" Ads Welcomed in Denver
After two Washington, D.C., radio stations refused to air radio ads put out by the Oneida Indian Nation last week, the “Change the Mascot” campaign is having better luck in Denver...
Breaking News: D.C. Radio Stations Won't Run Anti-Mascot Ad
Two Washington, D.C., radio stations have silenced the Oneida Indian Nation...
Oneida Nation Poll Shows More Support for Redskins Name Change
As part of its “Change the Mascot Campaign,” the Oneida Indian Nation has released a poll showing that if the Washington Redskins changed its name, 55 percent said that it would no...
Leading Washington Post Columnist Predicts Redskins Name Will Change Soon
The Washington Post’s Mike Wise made an intriguing prediction in his column on Monday: “Robert Griffin III is not going to retire an ‘R’ word.” Wise, who attended the Change the Ma...
Opponents of Racist D.C. Mascot to Hold Event at NFL Fall Meeting
The Oneida Indian Nation is taking its ‘Change the Mascot’ campaign a step further. On Monday, October 7 th , the Nation plans to convene in Washington, D.C...
Redskins Name-Change Debate Is About ‘White Fear,’ Says Professor
Virginia Tech English Professor Steven Salaita wrote a controversial article for Salon.com insisting that the Redskins name-change debate is more about white fear than anything els...
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