Parents of 9-year-old Chiefs fan threaten to sue Deadspin over ‘blackface’ claim

Parents of young Chiefs fan accused of ‘blackface’ demand retraction, threaten defamation lawsuit against Deadspin

‘It is not enough to quietly remove a tweet from X or disable the article from Deadspin’s website.’

On by Mikael Thalen

Who is LakotaMan? X Logo on phone; Lakotaman; Pine Ridge

Who is LakotaMan, the user behind one of the most popular Native American accounts on X? (updated)

John Martin is adored by white X users—but infamous among Native and Indigenous communities.

On by Tricia Crimmins

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‘Ignorant and disrespectful’: Fringe hate group hands out anti-Native flyers on Lakota reservations


On by Tricia Crimmins

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Changing the Chiefs: How an online campaign got a rugby team to ditch their racist branding

The Exeter Chiefs are among England’s oldest and most storied rugby teams – and based on its recent logo and branding alterations, one of the most controversial.

On by Chris Jaworski

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The new ‘Predator’ spinoff ‘Prey’ is sparking debate about the term ‘Mary Sue’

After ‘Prey’ inspired sexist backlash on YouTube, fans are criticizing the idea that the heroine is a ‘Mary Sue.’

On by Gavia Baker-Whitelaw

Modern Warrior's GF speaking hand out (l) Woman speaking (c) Modern Warrior speaking hand out (r)

Indigenous creators criticize Modern Warrior for comments about ‘white passing’ people (updated)

One TikToker said the comments were giving ‘colonizer energy.’

On by Gisselle Hernandez

Smudging kit in crystal shop with caption 'Just crystal shopping and...' (l) white sage at crystal shop caption 'Just crystal shopping and...' (c) Palo Santo at crystal shop with caption 'Just crystal shopping and...' (r)

‘It’s part of our culture’: TikToker and crystal seller calls out cultural appropriation of Native American ritual traditions in the spiritual community

‘For everyone confused the things shown are part of closed practices.’

On by Cecilia Lenzen

white woman putting red paint on hand caption 'A handprint over your mouth is NOT your RvW protest cosplay' (l) mural indigenous woman with red paint on mouth writing 'NO MORE STOLEN SISTERS' (c) woman with jacket with red handprint on back caption 'Stop co-opting indigenous movements' (r)

Indigenous TikToker calls out Roe v Wade protesters for co-opting imagery used to protest murdered and missing Native American women

‘The bottom line is do NOT co-opt.’

On by Jack Alban

man on Disney boat ride caption 'I was confused on why my ppl were put up on display at Disneyland lol' (l) Disney Land Native tribe near water caption 'I was confused on why my ppl were put up on display at Disneyland lol' (c) Man on Disney boat ride caption 'I was confused on why my ppl were put up on display at Disneyland lol' (r)

‘I still don’t understand why Disney thinks it’s okay’: Native American TikToker calls out Disney for its out-of-touch teepee display

‘I remember a time when Disney called them savages.’

On by Michelle Jaworski

gloved hand holding ancient pottery caption 'This pottery made it 3,000 years without breaking... (l) Man with caption above head 'Notice how dispensable other people's artifacts/ cultures are to yt people.' (c) gloved hand dropping pottery on purpose caption 'this pottery made it 3,000 years without breaking...' (r)

‘They never respected us’: TikToker criticized after intentionally breaking 3,000-year-old pottery artifact (updated)

‘Why would they even break it?’

On by Cecilia Lenzen

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Ian Ousley accused of faking heritage

‘We want proper representation.’

On by Tricia Crimmins

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‘They’re getting a little too bold’: Native American TikToker shares video of someone pretending to kill and scalp them

The videos he’s received are jarring.

On by Cecilia Lenzen

Teacher mocks Native Americans in lesson

White teacher filmed whooping, ‘war hooping,’ and ‘tomahawk chopping’ in class in Native American garb

The student says he chose to film because he ‘felt that violence was being committed against him and he had the right to record.’

On by Nahila Bonfiglio

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How a Native American tradition is changing MLS’ community outreach

For MLS’ new kids on the block, a different playbook emerges.

On by Phil West

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Indigenous TikTokers say they’ve been banned after speaking out against oil pipeline

TikTok has destroyed their reach at a critical time.

On by Elisa Shoenberger

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