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Native American Group Advocates Return to Washington ‘Redskins’

A Native American group wants the Washington Nationals to return to their traditional name, the Washington Redskins

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In a surprising twist in the ongoing saga of sports team names, the Native American Guardian’s Association (NAGA) has called for the Washington Commanders to revert their name back to the ‘Redskins.’ This move comes as a pushback against what they term as ‘cancel culture,’ sparking heated debates across the nation.

The NAGA, a group dedicated to preserving positive Native American representation, believes that the return to the original name is a crucial step in combating the erasure of history. They argue that the term ‘Redskins,’ far from being a racial slur, is a badge of honor and should be used to celebrate Native American heritage.

As part of their campaign, the NAGA initiated a petition that has garnered over 100,000 signatures, demonstrating substantial backing for their cause. The group has also hinted at a potential boycott, similar to the Anheuser-Busch initiative, if their requests go unheeded.

This call for a return to the original name marks a significant departure from mainstream opinion. Many Native American groups and individuals have previously expressed their offense at the use of the term ‘Redskins,’ viewing it as a racial slur rather than a celebration of their culture.

However, the NAGA argues that the name change from ‘Redskins’ to ‘Commanders’ was an overreaction, driven by social pressure rather than a genuine desire to respect Native American cultures. They claim that the switch only served to erase a significant aspect of Native American representation in mainstream media.

This issue extends beyond the Washington football team. Other sports franchises with Native American iconography, such as the Cleveland Indians, have also been reconsidering their names in recent years.

As this cultural debate continues to unfold, it is clear that the conversation surrounding sports team names and their impact on Native American representation is far from over. Amidst differing opinions within the Native American community itself, the path forward remains uncertain. What is clear, however, is the need for respectful dialogue and mutual understanding as we strive to honor and celebrate the rich and diverse cultures that make up our great nation.

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Analise Morrow
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Analise is a conservative from the United States who writes under a pseudonym to keep the radical left at bay.



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    August 15, 2023 at 4:32 pm

    Indians have been like women allowing liberals to erase them from our world. Glad to hear some are finally standing up for their heritage.

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    Lawrence M

    August 15, 2023 at 4:46 pm

    “As many as 25,000 Native Americans in World War II fought actively: 21,767 in the Army, 1,910 in the Navy, 874 in the Marines, 121 in the Coast Guard, and several hundred Native American women as nurses. These figures include over one third of able-bodied Native American men aged 18 to 50 and even included as high as 70 percent of the population of some tribes.”

    “Franklin Shupla, Hopi Code Talker, National Museum of the American Indian interview, 2004. Many American Indian Code Talkers in World War II used their everyday tribal languages to convey messages. A message such as, “Send more ammunition to the front,” would just be translated into the Native language and sent over the radio.”

    These fine outstanding Americans made sure that we won the war over Hitler and Hirohito! I for one am quite offended and fed –up with these terrible violent and destructive stupid people calling themselves BLM, Antifa, wacky liberals, whatever and they don’t matter to me at all now or forever for what they have done and represent, as well as their now dragging our good fellow “Native American Brothers and Sisters Who We Stand United With” into this arena of debauchery and we know why, just to use them as another tool in furthering their despicable lies and agenda for gaining power in order to ruin America! Our fine Native Americans and all the rest of us Patriotic Citizens are not going to let you evildoers get away with it! By God!

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    Bob Martin

    August 15, 2023 at 6:15 pm

    Here in New Mexico I’ve seen Native Americans proudly wearing their “I heart my Redskins” on several occasions!

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      Lawrence M

      August 18, 2023 at 2:18 pm

      I agree Bob, know just what you mean!
      I’ve met some Native Americans that told me they took it as an honor and I agree; was a good thing!

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    August 16, 2023 at 9:01 pm

    Too late. The political correctness NAZIs now run the United States, and we the sheeple let that worthless scum do it!

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      Lawrence M

      August 17, 2023 at 2:05 pm

      Paul4756; I agree and we did allow the Marxist/Nazi scum do what they please, and unfortunately the only way to totally reverse course will be a massive upheaval; going the way of Venezuela now!

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