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1 point

Things change all the time and people still remember their good times, so why can't we help the Native Americans have their rights to be respected.

2 points

Why can’t people change the mascot to a more respectable figure and why don’t people understand that it’s offensive. An article stated, an Ann Arbor resident said that her organization has been making headway in recent years and and has gotten a few area teams to change their mascot to a more respectable figure. The term redskin is very offensive, as it refers to the scalps of the Native Americans, which early settlers would sell and trade along with pelts of animals. People are starting to agree to change the mascots of their team. Dr. Quartey said, “ I cut the logo off,” after he found out the term’s meaning.

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Why can’t people change the mascot to a more respectable figure and why don’t people understand that it’s offensive. An article stated, an Ann Arbor resident said that her organization has been making headway in recent years and and has gotten a few area teams to change their mascot to a more respectable figure. The term redskin is very offencive, as it refers to the scalps of the Native Americans, which early settlers would sell and trade along with pelts of animals. People are starting to agree to change the mascots of their team. Dr. Quartey said, “ I cut the logo off,” after he found out the term’s meaning.

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1 point

Ok I agree that we should be safe on the road but we fix roads that don't need to be fixed sometimes so we could be using that money to make sure that every Native American can be apart of this country

2 points

Even if people did have good times they will still remember the good times. If you keep the mascots people will remain offended and stereotyped.

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I don't think she was thinking the wrong thing I think she was thinking what her dad taught her. To quote Mr. Cooper “I taught my children to respect warriors because they are veterans of battle."

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2 points

Even though it's not meant to offend anyone it's still stereotypical.

4 points

Some Natives care. Plus how do you know that Daniel Snyder knows that through the Native's eyes helps build the character.

3 points

Logan how do you know that people don't rant about the Notre Dame Fighting Irish.

1 point

One little girl was not the reason why this has been debating. It's because people are offended and people who are not Native American stereotype.

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