Friday, January 9, 2009

Redskins Get Crushed 61-33

Since we are dedicated in providing ALL Redskins news, this just in: The Lady Fliers handle Redskins easily. Starting the game on 25-0 run will do that.

So where do the (Port Clinton) Redskins reside? I had no idea either. I found out they are located in Ohio, near Sandusky (yes, that one that makes car parts more reliable than Ray Zalinski).

So that got me thinking, how many Redskins teams are out there? Quite a few.

Gustine Redskins - (High school 50 miles east of San Jose)
St. John's Redskins - (HS between Phoenix and Albuquerque - seriously, people live there?)
Tulare Union - The school homepage isn't offensive at all. Ha.
Morris - They blatantly stole DC's logo.

Enough of the high schools though, there are tons of them. Can you name an NCAA team with the Redskins mascot?

Neither can I. Unfortunately I could not find one.

1 comment:

gunderso said...

Seriously, you actually support this most dispicable race-based nickname of R**sk**s, commonly called "the R-word" because it's as repugnant to American Indians as the "N-word" is to African Americans!
Partial List of organizations AGAINST ‘Indian’ Nicknames/logos:
Advocates for American Indian Children (California)
The Affiliated Tribes of Northwest Indians
American Counseling Association
American Indian Language and Culture Education Board
American Indian Mental Health Association (Minnesota)
American Indian Movement
American Indian Opportunities Industrialization Center of San Bernardino County
American Indian Student Services at the Ohio State University
American Jewish Committee
American Sociological Association
American Psychological Association
Asian American Journalists Association
Associated Students Council of San Diego State University
Association on American Indian Affairs
BRIDGES - Building Roads Into Diverse Groups Empowering Students
Buncombe County Native American Intertribal Association (North Carolina)
Calvert Investment Group
Center for Artistic Revolution (CAR)
Center for the Study of Sports in Society
Cincinnati Zapitista Coalition
COLOR - Community One Love One Race
Committee to End Cultural Genocide (St. Cloud State University)
Concerned American Indian Parents (Minnesota)
Council for Indigenous North Americans (University of Southern Maine)
Eagle and Condor Indigenous Peoples' Alliance
Fontana Native American Indian Center, Inc.
Governor's Interstate Indian Council
Gun Lake Band of Potawatomi Indians
HONOR - Honor Our Neighbors Origins and Rights
Illinois State University Student Government Association
Inter-Ethnic Children's Council (Los Angeles)
Inter-Faith Council on Corporate Responsibility (ICCR)
Grand Traverse Band of Ottawa & Chippewa Indians
Greater Tulsa Area Indian Affairs Commission
Great Lakes Inter-Tribal Council
Hutchinson Human Relations Commission
Inter-Tribal Council of the Five Civilized Tribes (Choctaw, Chickasaw, Muskogee (Creek), Cherokee, and Seminole Nations)
JuaneƱo Band of Mission Indians
Kansas Association for Native American Education
Latino Children's Action Council (Los Angeles)
League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC)
Little River Band of Ottawa Indians
Maryland Commission on Indian Affairs
Mascot Abuse San Francisco Bay Area
Medicine Wheel Intertribal Association (Louisiana)
Menominee Tribe of Indians (Wisconsin)
Michigan Civil Rights Commission
Michigan Education Association
State of Michigan, State Board of Education
Minnesota Indian Education Association
Minnesota State Colleges and Universities Board
Minnesota State Board of Education
Modern Language Association
Morning Star Institute
National Association of Black Journalists
National Association of Hispanic Journalists
National Association of Social Workers
National Coalition on Racism in Sports and the Media
National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA)
National Conference of Christians and Jews
National Conference for Community and Justice
National Congress of American Indians
National Education Association
National Indian Education Association
Native American Caucus of the California Democratic Party
Native American Indian Center of Central Ohio
New Hampshire State Board of Education
New York State Education Department
Nottawaseppi Huron Band of Potawatomi
Nebraska Commission on Indian Affairs
Native American Journalists Association
North American Society for the Sociology of Sport
North Carolina Commission of Indian Affairs
North Dakota Indian Education Association
North Dakota State University Student Senate
Office of Native American Ministry, Diocese of Grand Rapids
Ohio Center for Native American Affairs
Oneida Tribe of Indians of Wisconsin
Presbyterian Church, U.S.A.
Progressive Resource/Action Cooperative
Rainbow Coalition
San Bernardino/Riverside Counties Native American Community Council
Students Making All Races Tolerant (SMART)
Society of Indian Psychologists of the Americas
Society for the Study of Social Problems
Southern California Indian Center
Southern Christian Leadership Conference
St. Cloud State University - American Indian Center
Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians
Tennessee Chapter of the National Coalition for the Preservation of Indigenous Cultures
Tennessee Native Veterans Society
Unified Coalition for American Indian Concerns, Virginia
Unitarian Universalist Association of Congregations
United Church of Christ
The United Indian Nations of Oklahoma
United Methodist Church
United States Commission on Civil Rights
Virginia American Indian Cultural Resource Center
Western North Carolina Citizens for an End to Institutionalized Bigotry
Wisconsin Conference United Church of Christ Wisconsin Council of Churches
Wisconsin Educational Association Council (WEAC)
Wisconsin Indian Education Association
WIEA "Indian" Mascot and Logo Taskforce (Wisconsin)
Wisconsin State Human Relations Association
Woodland Indian Community Center-Lansing
Youth ‘Indian’ Mascot and Logo Taskforce (Wisconsin)
(Source: American Indian Sports Team Mascots, plus additions.)
Note: there are additional organizations opposing ‘Indian’ nicknames not on the AISTM list.
(Note that no credible educational, psychological, civil rights, religious, American Indian or professional organization has passed a resolution endorsing the general concept of race-based ‘Indian’ nicknames in schools.)