Activist says Native American mascot depictions impact children
Logan Huff and Dustin Paré | Tuesday, April 23, 2019
Amanda Blackhorse, a Native American activist, spoke with GlobalSport Matters about how sports mascots that depict Native Americans and their culture can affect the native communities and their children. Blackhorse stressed how these racist mascots impact early development and education of native children. Educators need to examine the impact these depictions have on children long term.
She spoke at the March 2019 Global Sport Summit in Phoenix.
Logan Huff is a senior journalism major and Dustin Paré is a senior journalism major at Arizona State University