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CSPAN
Mar 7, 2015 11:35pm EST
of new york with george washington they were treated from the tamani society. they paraded them down the streets of new york to capital where george washington awaited. so imagine what those leaders must have thought when these guys showed up. but playing indian is something that's gone on -- some of you may regard the mummers in philadelphia. that was another off-shoot of that type where they would dress up like indians and pretend to be indians. there's this weird kind of need in some way to establish your bonn fidse as an american by connecting yourself and pretending to be a knave american. and this is the result. -- pretending to be a native american. and this is the rufment -- result. it's a real thing at the washington football stadium. and this is chief z who is a well known figure in washington. i want to back up because this one's -- these are -- yes. one of the problems with the mascots is that even if we could educate the supports to behave themselves and express themselves in a respectful manner it does suggest that they're time-out honor the native american heritag
CSPAN
Sep 1, 2015 4:20pm EDT
negotiate the treaty of new york with george washington, they were greeted by the tammany society in full regaleia regalia. they paraded them down the streets of new york to the capital where george washington awaited. so imagine what those leaders must have thought when these guys showed up. but playing indian is something that's gone on. some of you may recall those in philadelphia. that was another offchute of that type where they would dress up like indians and pretend to be indians. there's this weird need in some way to establish an american by connecting yourself and pretending to be a native american. and this is the result. i don't know what this guy is, but it's a real thing at the washington football stadium. this is chief z. who is a well known figure in washington. i want to back up because this one one, yes. one of the problems with the mascots is even if we could educate the supporters of a team to behave themselves and express themselves in a respectful manner that really does suggest that they are out to honor the native american heritage of the country or their community
CSPAN
Mar 7, 2015 8:00pm EST
with george washington, they were greeted by the tammany society in full regalia. the tammany society paraded them down the streets of new york to the capital where george washington awaited. imagine what those leaders must have thought when these guys showed up. playing indian is something that has gone on. you may recall the numbers in philadelphia. that was another offshoot of the type where they would just up like indians. there is this weird kind of need in some way to establish yourself as an american by connecting an pretending to be a native american. this is the result. i don't know what this guy is but, it is a real thing at the washington football stadium. this is a well-known figure in washington. one of the problems with the mascots is that even if we educate the supporters of a team to be a themselves and express themselves in a respectful manner that does suggest there out to honor the native american heritage of the country or their community, what do can really do is control the conduct of the opposing team. back when north dakota might very well in good faith claim t
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