Watch the Beautiful Two-Minute Ad Asking the Washington Football Team to Change Its Name
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With the owner of the team vowing "NEVER" to change its name, Native American tribes around the country launched a national campaign to do just that.

Want to get involved? Here's how to contact the DC team, the NFL, and the DC team's hometown paper: DC Team @redskins Facebook.com/redskins http://www.redskins.com/footer/contact-us.html Roger Goodell & NFL @NFL @NFLcommish https://www.facebook.com/NFL Washington Post DC's hometown paper is still using the R-word in its coverage of the team.

More ways to take action at ChangeTheMascot.org

www.changethemascot.org
on Fri, Jan 31 2014 · 722,745 Views
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