In the Washington Redskins' fight agains the perception that their mascot, a racist caricature and slur, is a racist caricature and slur, they have enlisted the aid of various high schools around the nation who use the same mascot, mostly to act as a shield. This has been the defense for about a week, and it keeps getting dumber and dumber. Previously, we've noted a commonality between the articles on the Redskins website about the Redskins mascot: they tend to use the word pride a lot, as if repeating it will, ahem, ward off bad spirits. Well, here's another commonality: They quote coaches, ADs, and principals, but never students.
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