by Josh Israel Sep 30, 2015
"I don’t think politicians ought to be having any say about that, to be honest with you. I don’t find it offensive. Native American tribes generally don’t find it offensive.”
by Judd Legum Jul 8, 2015
The court found Snyder does not have a First Amendment right to trademark a disparaging name.
by Jack Jenkins Jun 30, 2015
“If you're a NFL fan who isn't cool with state capitols proudly hoisting a banner synonymous with slavery, segregation, lynchings and hate, you shouldn't be cool with Washington's racist nickname."
by Travis Waldron May 20, 2015
Arlington, Va.'s county board approved a resolution calling on Washington's NFL team to change its name.
by Travis Waldron May 13, 2015
It probably won't work either way.
by Travis Waldron May 5, 2015
The state assembly overwhelmingly approved legislation to ban the state's high schools from using "Redskins." It now heads to the state senate.
by Travis Waldron Apr 1, 2015
Four high schools would have to change their mascot if the legislation gains final approval.
by Travis Waldron Mar 17, 2015
“We are a school district, not a billionaire-run football team,” one board member said, before a unanimous vote dropped the school's "Redskins" nickname.
by Travis Waldron Mar 13, 2015
The debate over "Redskins" nicknames has spread to yet another school, and other local districts are taking notice.
by Travis Waldron Feb 13, 2015
Across the country, school districts are facing challenges to names like "Redskins," "Indians," and "Warriors."