Mike Myers
4/23/16

Been an interesting couple of weeks, but two things jumped out and caught my attention. At first they might seem kind of unrelated but a closer look reveals two sides of the same coin. And the coin is called racism....

Sheena Louise Roetman
4/7/16
Bomani Jones’s T-shirt caused quite a stir this morning while he filled in as co-host for ESPN’s “Mike and Mike in the Morning.” While on set Thursday morning, Jones wore a T-shirt...
Tara Houska
4/7/16
Receiving an email out of the blue can elicit a reaction anywhere from “hey, that's cool,” to “jeez, at least spell 'injun' correctly, bro.” When ICTMN Culture Editor Simon Moya-Sm...
Jacqueline Keeler
4/6/16
On Monday, the day of the Cleveland Indians’ opening game for the new season, Cleveland’s city council voted unanimously to pass a city ordinance that will lead to the removal of b...
Jennifer Kay Falcon
4/5/16
A Cleveland Indians fan who was photographed two years ago wearing red face and a faux feather headdress apologized for his actions to a Native American activist Monday...
John Guenther
6/16/15

This is a call to athletes to step up and tell sports owners what your personal beliefs are, and refuse to continue to support a racist name. You know who you are and you need to take this very seriously....

Mary Annette Pember
4/13/15
Although it's been one hundred years since the inception of the Cleveland Indians’ name, it is a year like any other for Cleveland resident Marjorie Villafane of the Standing Rock ...
Amanda Blackhorse
4/10/15
The Washington team is not the only professional sports franchise to feel the pressure of Native Americans and allies who seek to eliminate Native American mascots from professiona...
Vincent Schilling
1/16/15
Three-time Native American Music Award winning Cherokee musician Michael Bucher and Blue Hills Records have announced that Bucher’s latest musical track "I'm Not a Mascot, I'm Not ...
Ed Rice
9/23/14

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....

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