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In these types of cases where there is a dispute over Native American mascots there are pros and cons on both sides On the one hand there is much pride in a schools mascot It symbolizes the pride in the school and promotes the spirit of the crowd Fans and students of the school look at those mascots and feel a rush of school spirit that only the mascot can bring out Even long after they graduate they will look back on their school days and see themselves as that mascot As I look back at my days in high school and in college I will always call myself a Sentinel and a Golden Bear In this case one of the residents says how most of the community feels by stating that he felt strength and determination as a Redskin He also says What I feel distasteful about all this somehow we are made to feel wrong or dirty because of our logoWe have nothing to be ashamed of The Native Americans feel as if this is a form of racism By definition racism is the feeling that one race is superior to another This is not the case It is not the feeling that Native Americans are any less superior than any of the other races It is easy to see why their nationality has been seen as a symbol of strength and pride They have survived being moved out and seen as outcasts in a country that was originally theirs We see this as a sign of great survivalNative Americans have every right to be upset Unfortunately there are not any other nationalities that are displayed as a mascot which makes it a difficult case to decide Religion is one of the ways that we compile our morals to decide what is right Associating that sacred form of life with a group of teams whether it be sporting teams bands etc would be
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