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American Indian Mascots in Sports

In Whose Honor? - American Indian Mascots in Sports
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Olivia

The thing that resonates most about this story is the power of one young native american woman to fight for who she is and in doing so, creates a movement that even powerful Illinois donors couldn't stop. An inspiring story of hope for other minorities - they have a voice and an ability to ...Read more

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Kelly

This is a great film for anybody interested in the representation of Native Americans in sports, or just generally in US society. A classic!

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