Losing the trademark protections would not force the Washington team to change its name. The team could also still have trademark
Efforts to lure the Washington Redskins back to the District have come up against a potentially insurmountable challenge
"This movement has been coming for a long time," Jaramillo, a UCC national officer, told The Huffington Post. Add the United
The ACLU says the government has gone too far.
Last month, the Justice Department announced it would intervene in the case to defend the Lanham Act, which the NFL team's
“Based on our study and conversations, we believe the Washington Club should cease using the name.”
While controversy boils around the NFL’s Washington Redskins name, high schools are among actually the most common appropriators
Groups like "Change the Mascot" and the National Congress of American Indians are working to keep the issue visible. The
In case you missed it: The NFL team whose name is a dictionary-defined racial slur for Native Americans tweeted out a cheery
In just 30 seconds, a new video powerfully states its case for changing the controversial nickname of the NFL's Washington
The FCC, which enforces broadcast indecency violations, has received a petition from legal activist John Banzhaf III, asking
"Is that shirt supposed to be funny?" she asked motioning to my satirical "Caucasians" T-shirt. And then she said, "I'll f*cking cut you." This is the part you don't really see in its full glory on the segment.
According to a recent poll conducted by Langer Research, nearly a quarter of Americans (23 percent) now support changing
"You know, it’s sort of fun to talk about the name of our football team, because it gets some attention for some of the people
And ESPN now has given its announcers the discretion of whether to say it or not: By Ken Fang, Awful Announcing Several newspapers
WATCH SEGMENT OF INTERVIEW ABOVE In his continued quest to defend the name of his NFL franchise, billionaire Daniel Snyder
Tribbett's hiring created waves amid progressives and critics of the team's name because of the role he played in the 2006
Last week the United States Patent and Trademark Office canceled the team's trademark registration, agreeing with Native
Jon Stewart took on the Washington Redskins trademark ruling that came down earlier this week, in which the U.S. Patent Office
Harry Reid took to the Senate floor to declare that it's only a matter of time before Dan Snyder must change the "racist" name of his football team after the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office ruled it disparages Native Americans.