Back in 2005...

the American Psychological Association called for the removal of Native mascots nationwide. Today, the National Congress of American Indians reports 1,927 schools maintain the use of these racist monikers. The APA cites the following psychological and sociological byproducts of these mascots:

Read the entire APA Resolution here.

It is now 2022.

It is our mission to dismantle the use of Native mascots in the US. These offensive caricatures expose Native children to racist stereotypes that have been proven to distance them from their own culture and lower self-esteem. In order to cultivate Native excellence and achievement, we need to eradicate these harmful mascots.

Read more about our efforts here:

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People Not Mascots Is a Campaign to Get Native Mascots Out of High Schools

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This Website Helps You Write to Your Representatives About Native Mascots in Your State

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