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"We do not deserve to be called redskins," Oneida Nation Representative Ray Halbritter says in the ad. "We deserve to be treated as what we are -- Americans." This is a really good argument toward changing the mascots because we aren't 'red'skinned so we shouldn't be called the 'redskins' that supports our football team! Deserving to be treated as what we are, means to be treated like an American, and accepting our American culture.

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I think people should change sports/schools logos and mascot names because to many people, it is offensive. Some examples of these are: the Chiefs, the Braves and the Redskins. They all have the name of a Native American Indian Tribe. Each American Indian tribe across the United States, has its own culture and traditions. Yet many American Indian mascots wear feathered headdresses and war paint. Opponents of these mascots say they show American Indian culture in a cartoonish way. Mr. Cooper, a full-blooded American Indian from Adrian, said "When you look at sports teams, you see a lot of animals and Indians. We’re tired of being part of that category and more and more of us are starting to stand up.”

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