Originally published 06/30/2017
The fight began nearly 25 years ago, an epic legal tussle over a single word: Redskins.
Originally published 05/19/2016
But Suzan Harjo, the lead plaintiff in the first case challenging the team’s trademark protections, questioned the validity of the poll results.
Originally published 10/14/2013
The New York Times likens Daniel Snyder to George C. Wallace in his decision to keep the name "Washington Redskins" in the N.F.L.
Originally published 04/02/2015
Stone Age Brain
Science has an answer. The answer is no.
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