The “rednecks” who conquered a continent.
Tag Archives: Indians
Free Spirits, AR Classic Article
An example of chance and irrationality in American history.
War With the Comanche, AR Classic Article
How a proud people were finally defeated.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau better stop using one.
Don’t Root, Root, Root for the Racist, Red-Face Team from Cleveland, Los Angeles Times
“Indians” name and mascot means Cleveland should lose.
Noble Savagery, AR Classic Article
And savage myths.
UW-Stout Moves Controversial 80-Year-Old Murals, Wisconsin Public Radio
They might offend Indians.
I’m Dropping My Protest of Washington’s Football Team Name, Washington Post
Paleface decides to let redskins speak for themselves.
Another tradition that’s got to go.
And so she apologizes.
Can’t honor a “racist,” after all.
U.S. Suicide Rate Surges to a 30-Year High, New York Times
Whites and Amerindians most affected.
For This 6-Year-Old, the Law Sees Only Race, Wall Street Journal
Race is real and so is the “one-drop rule.”
Since he took office, Obama has put 400,000 acres into trust for Indians.
Things are not always as they seem.
Students Protest Buckley Talk, Yale Daily News
Yale descends into lunacy.
No one is safe.
More cities celebrating “Indigenous Peoples Day.”
Tribes Balk at Dartmouth’s Native American Director, Wall Street Journal
She could be another “pretendian.”
Targets are not just Confederates.
Indians don’t like the “patron saint of immigration.”
The name will be changed to Alaskan Native “Denali.”
Team will appeal.
Unless the team changes its name.
Meet the Native American Rachel Dolezal, Daily Beast
Another woman voluntarily gives up white privilege.
He was an Indian despite the shape of his skull.
Casting directors must navigate a racial minefield.
New study finds multiracial population is higher than the Census Bureau reports.
It portrays “colonialism, imperialism, racism . . . and white supremacy.”
Racist Remark Ended General’s Career, Air Force Times
The phrase “drunker than 10,000 Indians” ends a 34-year career.
Should trademarks be an expression of free speech?
Indian students are “appalled by the insensitiveness.”
They say the name is “commercial speech” and is subject to “relaxed First Amendment review.”
A Man of Healing, a Saga of Suffering, Washington Post
And it can all be blamed on the white man.
Non-Natives Pressured to Leave Kahnawake Mohawk Reserve, Montreal News
“Marry out; stay out.”
City must oppose “systematic racism towards Indigenous people.”
FCC Mulls Banning Redskins Name, National Journal
FCC chairman says he finds the name offensive.
Seals Helped Europeans Wipe Out Native Americans, Telegraph (London)
Seals may have brought TB from Africa to the New World.
The Kennewick Man Finally Freed to Share His Secrets, Smithsonian Magazine
Anthropologists battled Indians and the government for the right to study the 9,000-year-old skeleton.
“It should never be anything but the Washington Redskins.”
Redskins mascot gives young Indians mental problems.
Bureaucrats bossing us around for our own good.
Moving on from their Redskins victory.
‘Redskins’ Stripped of Trademarks, Politico
If the ruling stands, anyone could make and sell Redskins merchandise.
“We have got to heal the wreckage of the past.”
50 Senators Call on NFL to Change Redskins Name, Diversity Inc
Virginia’s two senators did not sign the letter.