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Pokagon Potawatomi statement against Wahoo (1999)

Archived statement from the Pokagon Band of Potawatomi Indians decrying Cleveland Baseball's use of "Indians" team name and "Wahoo" logo. This PDF file was made from the original document, which shows the letterhead and watermark of the Pokagon Band of Potawatomi. The original document is dated May 1999.

NCAI Mascot Resolution (2014)

The National Congress of American Indians

RESOLUTION #ANC-14-018
TITLE: Support for the Elimination of Race-Based Native Logos, Mascots, and Names by State Athletic Associations Receiving Federal Funds

KOLA statement opposing Native mascots (1998)

Brussels, 26 January 1998

Honorable Ladies, Gentlemen,

UND Native law students oppose "Fighting Sioux" (1997)

NATIVE AMERICAN LAW STUDENTS ASSOCIATION

University of North Dakota
School of Law

November 13, 1997

Mr. Kendall Baker
President
University of North Dakota
PO Box 8193
Grand Forks, ND 58202-8193

Dear President Baker:

American Jewish Committee Statement on Team Names (1998)

Whereas it is the mission of the American Jewish Committee to combat bigotry and promote intergroup relations, and;

Whereas the use of racial or ethnic stereotypes in the names, nicknames, or titles of business, professional, sport or other public entitles [sic] is frequently demeaning, whether intended as such or not;

Stances of the United Methodist Church toward Native Americans (1996)

THE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH AND AMERICA'S NATIVE PEOPLE

NCAA Press Release on Native American Mascots (2005)

NCAA Executive Committee Issues Guidelines for
Use of Native American Mascots at Championship Events

For Immediate Release

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