By Travis Waldron on December 5, 2013
Dan Snyder and the NFL lost President Obama and other political leaders, but they'll always have Rob Ford.
By Travis Waldron on November 26, 2013
Was it meant to honor, or to ease criticism of the team's name from other Native American groups?
By Travis Waldron on November 20, 2013
A high school newspaper will stop using "Redskins" in coverage of the school's team. The students' right to do so raises important issues about free speech and high school journalism.
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By Annie-Rose Strasser on November 7, 2013
It's "racist," he says.
By Travis Waldron on November 5, 2013
City council votes 10-0 in favor of a name change.
By Travis Waldron on October 29, 2013
In a meeting with NFL commissioner Roger Goodell, Washington owner Dan Snyder holds his ground.
By Travis Waldron on October 28, 2013
The House Minority Leader says she'd change the name, and prominent members of D.C.'s religious community join the fight.
By Travis Waldron on October 18, 2013
Of course! But that doesn't mean the "Redskins" debate isn't important, or that it can't help elevate those issues too.
By Adam Peck on October 14, 2013
The term "redskins" has to go, says Bob Costas. "Ask yourself what the equivalent would be if directed towards African-Americans."
By Travis Waldron on October 11, 2013
With major media attention, Native American groups are renewing their fight against imagery in sports, and highlighting the deep sociological consequences of names like "Redskins."