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Blackhorse: Do You Prefer ‘Native American’ or ‘American Indian’? 6 Prominent Voices Respond
As indigenous peoples, names and references to our race and ethnic identity are very important – especially in a time when names and pejorative references to Native people are bein...
Houska: Federal Circuit Ruling Could Harm Blackhorse Case; NFL No Longer Tax-Exempt
In 2010, an Asian-American band calling themselves “The Slants” applied to the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office to trademark their name...
Blackhorse: 100 Years of Chief Wahoo and the 'Grinning Face of Racism'
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...
Blackhorse: This Is What Dehumanization Looks Like
Quite often when speaking out and educating others about the mascot issue, the same question is asked, “Why are you people worried about mascots?...
Blackhorse: My Face-to-Face With Dan Snyder's Chum, Navajo Nation President Ben Shelly
The Change the Mascot movement has taken the world by storm in the last two years. The momentum has grown tremendously and the Native voice has been heard around the world...
Offensive T-Shirt Sponsored on Facebook Links Native Americans With Drinking
Activist and ICTMN columnist Amanda Blackhorse, Diné, was scrolling through Facebook Friday morning when a disturbing image cropped up on her feed...
Blackhorse: Fracking and a Diné Revolution on the Verge
A group of mostly Diné youth named Nihígaal bee Iiná began a 200-mile prayer walk on the eastern Navajo Nation on January 6 to bring awareness to environmental issues occurring on ...
Feds Intervene in Snyder's Lawsuit Against Indians; New Children's Book Glorifies R-Word
President Obama Spends Night at 'Squaw' Hotel
President Barack Obama traveled west Wednesday and passed the evening in a hotel with a denigrating word in its title, according to reports...
Blackhorse: We Will Overcome; the Fight Against Indian Mascots Continues in 2015
This year has been a year of ups and downs, but by far this year has marked a tremendous amount of progress in the Change the Name movement...
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