In response to the February 14 shooting at Stoneman Douglas high school, America once again finds itself in the grips of the controversial gun control debate.
A flood of DeChief tweets followed in support, and along with it came backlash—aimed at Brown—from diehard fans.
All five teams that appropriate the Native American image for their mascot the Cleveland Indians, the Washington Redskins, the Atlanta Braves, the Kansas City Chiefs, and the Chicago Blackhawks have in fact adjusted their logos over time. In light of the DeChief movement, USA Today recently ran graphics with all the logos, used by all five teams, over the years.
The chart makes it glaringly evident that these teams have a major branding problem: You can see where they often toe the line: In the s when the Braves were still in Bostonthe baseball team had a cartoon chieftan, with tomato-red skin, as their logo.
Inthe mascot got a more realistic brown skin tone. Bythe face was gone, replaced by the tomahawk still used today. By hedging around the issue, with less blatant imagery, the Braves held on to their name.
Last year, the National Congress of American Indians issued a report on racism in sports and 10 years prior, they launched a campaign that cast other cultural stereotypes in a similar light.
When asked for comment, NCAI deputy director Robert Holden points out that the supposed neutrality of the newer logos—even just the letters—is actually subjective. That gives reason to think that they are not voluntarily going to change, and believe that their PR and branding team can get away with what they may think is a more benign form of racism and stereotyping.The Anti-Racism Training Institute of the Southwest grew out of the work of Albuquerque Project Change, a multiracial, multicultural organization founded to address institutional racism in Albuquerque and three other cities across the nation.
Mar 18, · Noam Chomsky on the Roots of American Racism. By George Yancy and Noam Chomsky March 18, am March 18, am. The Stone is a forum for contemporary philosophers and other thinkers on issues both timely and timeless. Photo. Credit Philip Jones Griffiths/Magnum Photos.
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