Win or lose, two baseball teams got more high level national attention during the World Series than either has had in a long time. The Cleveland Indians hadn’t been in a World Series in 19 years. Their appearance in baseball’s biggest event brought new attention to another aspect of their organization: a name and logo that many people find offensive. Will the momentum of these monumental games dampen or help efforts to change the name? Where do stand on Chief Wahoo?
Robert Roche (Chiricahua Apache) – executive director of the American Indian Education Center and the president of People Not Mascots
Jacqueline Keeler (Dakota and Navajo) – writer and co-founder of Eradicating Offensive Native Mascotry and editor of Edge of Morning: Native Voices Speak for the Bears Ears
Break music: Cree Sunrise (song) Art Napoleon (Travelling Sun) (album) Miyoskamin (Early Springtime) (album)