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Choctaw Nation's Career Expo Draws 1,600
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Keeping the Lakota Language Alive
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Getting a CT Town to Change Its Mascot
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Rite of Spring: The Annual Protest Against the Cleveland Indians' Shameful Mascot, Chief Wahoo
Outside Progressive Field in Cleveland, a small group gathered Thursday to protest the Indians' nickname and mascot, Chief Wahoo, a protest that's been taking place for the past th...
American Indians Mark 20th Year of Protesting Cleveland Indians Mascot Chief Wahoo
The Cleveland Plain Dealer reports that the Cleveland American Indian Movement will be protesting the Cleveland Indians team name and their Chief Wahoo logo for the 20th season in ...
Why Is this Indian Smiling—in Berlin?
In The Great Gatsby , the eyes of Dr. T.J. Eckleburg stare down, mysterious and godlike, at the valley of ashes and all who pass through it...
Cleveland-Born Hip Hop Star Kid Cudi Would 'Revamp' Chief Wahoo
Scott Mescudi, the Grammy-winning rapper known as Kid Cudi, was born in Cleveland and has always worn his allegiance to the town like a badge...
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