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Some football fans not so sure about losing Redskins name

Protesters near Lambeau say it's time for a change

7:08 AM, Sep. 16, 2013
Oneida Nation members protest Washington team name...
Oneida Nation members protest Washington team name...: Oneida Nation members gathered outside Lambeau Field Sunday to protest the Washington Redskins' team name. (Sunday, Sept. 15)
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A handful of protestors tucked behind Lambeau Field on Sunday said it's time for the Washington Redskins to lose what they say is a racist name. The Green Bay Packers hosted the Redskins in their home opener.

Carrying signs saying "Redskins is institutionalized racism," and "Redskins refer to the scalps of my ancestors," protesters urged football fans to consider the message behind the name.

"We'd like to see it changed," protestor Hugh Danforth said. "It's a racist name. Several TV commentators have said they won't use the name. Colleges and high schools have changed their team names from ...

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