Ed Rice

As my plane winged its way to Cleveland last week, to give a library talk in praise of Maine Penobscot Indian Louis Sockalexis and against the Cleveland Indians’ continuing use of Chief Wahoo, I began imagining myself as being something like the Jimmy Stewart character in “Mr....

9/23/14
ICTMN Staff
9/5/14
Pawnee artist Bunky Echo-Hawk created an “Honor YOU” painting to share his frustration with racist sports mascots...
ICTMN Staff
8/4/14
A new sports-logo T-shirt has become a hot seller in Canada and parts of the United States...
ICTMN Staff
6/30/14
Robert Roche, a Chiricahua Apache and director of the American Indian Education Center, told ICTMN that he will file a federal lawsuit against the Cleveland Indians organization ch...
ICTMN Staff
5/3/14
Eradicating Offensive Native Mascotry called on Nike to stop producing and selling merchandise that features the grinning, red-faced, cartoonish image of the Cleveland Indians’s ma...
ICTMN Staff
4/7/14
The protest against the Cleveland Indians’ logo, Chief Wahoo, continued in Cleveland yesterday and was captured in a 26-minute video...
Simon Moya-Smith
4/6/14
A Cleveland Indians fan, painted in redface and donned in a faux Native American headdress, justified his brazen actions Friday afternoon by stating his attire was not racist – jus...
ICTMN Staff
1/9/14
A block “C” is not the sexiest logo, but it’s a change in the right direction...
Vincent Schilling
12/7/13
Despite the recent, and not so recent, media attention on the “Redskins” name-change debate, there are other incidents of tasteless sports references that are worth noting...

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