Social Responsibility

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Suellyn Hofmann

Suellyn Hofmann is documenting the history of the movement to end the practice of using American Indian symbols, names, and images for sports teams in secondary and higher education. The research,1975- present, addresses local protests, resolutions by national organizations, policies of schools and colleges, psychological research on the effects of American Indian mascots on Native children, efforts of journalists, nonfiction and fiction writers, and exemplary leadership to end the use of race based mascots. Teaching Areas: Human Relations for Teachers, Non-Oppressive Relationships, Change Agent Skills, Gender Issues in Education.

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