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Native Americans Gain Small Victory Over NFL Teami
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Jessica Berman
June 20, 2014 11:48 PM
A federal agency has handed a partial victory to a determined group of Native Americans that has been trying to get an American football team to change its name. They say the name, the Washington Redskins, is offensive. VOA's Jessica Berman reports on what happens now.

Native Americans Gain Small Victory Over NFL Team

Jessica Berman

Published June 20, 2014

A federal agency has handed a partial victory to a determined group of Native Americans that has been trying to get an American football team to change its name. They say the name, the Washington Redskins, is offensive. VOA's Jessica Berman reports on what happens now.


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