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Jasmine Perry - This picture of an old cartoon depicts a perpetuation of a stereotypical inference to the way black people looked and the uneducated way they spoke.

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This is an illustration from an issue of a Boston Globe in 1994 that shows that the Cleveland Indians name and logo is very offensive and racists. It uses other stereotypes of where a large number of a particular ethnicity live to make names for professional baseball teams such as Juneau Jews, Oregon Orientials, Arkansas Arabs , Niagara Negroes and Louisville Latinos. This illustration does a great job of pointing out how offensive the Cleveland Indians name and logo are to Native Americans.

Its racist. You see, what if they based baseball teams on people of different races.

In the third and final part of an interview with Indian Historian and Mi'kmaq elder Dr. Daniel Paul, the discussion continues regarding the genocide of the American indigenous peoples. Dr. Paul discusses the disingenuous "apology" by the US Government which was attached to a Defense Bill, the continued suppression of the real history of North America in the school systems of the continent and the continued institutionalized racism Native Americans face.

The genocide of the American Indians was the worst ethnic cleansing in history - interview

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This is a popular image relayed through minstrel culture portraying black children as uncared for, running around wildly. It speaks to the racial stereotype of the inability of blacks to be proper parents.

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