McClain High School in Greenfield, Ohio issued an apology on its website over the weekend for the appearance of a “Trail of Tears” banner before the Tigers’ football game Friday against the Hillsboro Indians—but quietly deleted Spirit Week photos depicting students dressed as slaves, Chinese laborers, and in…
Tonight’s Ohio high school football game between the Greenfield-McClain Tigers and Hillsboro Indians featured this embarrassing banner presented by the Greenfield-McClain cheerleaders, promising a “Trail of Tears Part 2" for Hillsboro. If that weren’t bad enough—and trust me, it is—it was an away game for…
Pedro Martinez tried to recognize the Indians’ sweep of his former employer the Boston Red Sox tonight during the TBS postgame show; instead, he got real racist.
South Dakota police are investigating an allegation that a group of men in a skybox at a minor-league hockey game Saturday dumped beer and yelled racial slurs at Native American children—some as young as 9 years old—causing the group to leave early.
Whether it be for self-preservation or just out of an admirable instinct to do the right thing, the Kansas City Chiefs are making a concerted effort to solicit local Native groups' input into their pageantry and traditions. What a concept.
The New York Mets, a baseball team that does not possess a cartoonish mascot named Chief Wahoo or a fanbase that likes to do the Tomahawk Chop during games, has somehow managed to piss off an American Indian nonprofit organization. And it all went down in the Metsiest way possible.