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Ray Halbritter, Oneida Indian Nation Representative, speaks at a press conference after meeting with senior officials of the National Football League about changing the mascot name of the Washington Redskins October 30, 2013 in New York. The Oneida Nation's 'Change The Mascot' campaign is pressing the NFL to change the Washington team's name. AFP PHOTO/Stan HONDA (Credit; STAN HONDA/AFP/Getty Images)

Oneida Nation Requests Meeting with all NFL Owners

Representatives of the Oneida Indian Nation have requested a meeting with all 32 NFL owners during Super Bowl week, hoping to persuade them to get the Washington franchise to drop the nickname Redskins.


Ray Halbritter, a senior leader of the Oneida Indian Nation in New York state, speaks at a symposium in Washington, DC October 7, 2013. (Credit: Robert MacPherson/AFP/Getty Images)

After Meeting With Snyder, Goodell Will Talk Redskins Name With Indian Opponents

One day after meeting with Daniel Snyder, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell with discuss the Washington Redskins name with Native Americans who say the name is a racial slur.


(L-R) Owner of the Washington Redskins Daniel Snyder and NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell. (Photos by Doug Pensinger/Al Messerschmidt/Mike Stobe/Getty Images)

Report: Snyder, Goodell Meet About Redskins Name in New York

Ahead of a planned meeting between Roger Goodell and members of the Oneida Indian Nation, Washington Redskins owner Daniel Snyder sat down with the NFL commissioner on Tuesday.


OAKLAND, CA - SEPTEMBER 29: Washington Redskins helmets lay on the ground during their game against the Oakland Raiders at Coliseum on September 29, 2013 in Oakland, California. (Photo by Ezra Shaw/Getty Images)

Virginia Newspaper Banishes ‘Redskins’ From Its Pages

The Richmond Free Press is dropping the Redskins nickname for the Washington NFL team from its pages, calling it racist.


Robert Griffin III threw for 311 yards and four touchdowns against their division rival, Dallas Cowboys on Thanksgiving Day.     (Photo by Tom Pennington/Getty Images)

Oneida Indian Nation to Air Ad in Dallas Before Sunday’s Redskins Game

The debate over the Washington Redskins name will follow the team on the road when it faces the rival Dallas Cowboys.


Ray Halbritter, a senior leader of the Oneida Indian Nation in New York state, speaks at a symposium in Washington, DC October 7, 2013. (Credit: Robert MacPherson/AFP/Getty Images)

Halbritter: Snyder ‘Doesn’t Understand’ Consequences of Redskins Name

Within hours of Dan Snyder issuing an open letter to Redskins season ticket holders – in which he passionately defended his team’s name, regarded by many as offensive – Ray Halbritter of the Oneida Indian Nation has issued a response.


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Audio: Oneida Indian Nation Symposium On Redskins Name

An Indian tribe from upstate New York that’s campaigning against the Washington Redskins’ nickname held a symposium about the issue at the same Washington hotel near where the NFL is holding its fall meeting this week.


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AUDIO: Anti-Redskins Radio Ad Campaign to Run Nationally

Listen to the anti-Redskins ad campaign launched by the Oneida Indian Nation, which will run on radio stations in each city the Redskins is scheduled to play in 2013, requesting NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell “stand up to bigotry” by denouncing “the racial slur.”



Tribe Launches Radio Campaign, Website Against Redskins Name

A tribe in upstate New York said Thursday it will launch a radio ad campaign pressing for the Washington Redskins to get rid of a nickname that is often criticized as offensive.