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An America drowning in red ink is the land of the free no more
Topic - Robert Holden
Hundreds of people gathered Thursday at the Smithsonian's National Museum of the American Indian for a discussion of sports teams' use of racially insensitive imagery that, as such discussions often do, turned into an ongoing complaint against a certain Washington football team's continued use of a certain Indian-inspired nickname.
"I don't think the owners understand that they're not honoring us," said Robert Holden, deputy director of the National Congress of American Indians. "If they're still saying that, please take it back. Honors like that we don't need, we don't want."
"I don't think the owners understand that they're not honoring us," Mr. Holden said. "If they're still saying that, please, take it back. Honors like that we don't need, we don't want."