2 Responses to Native mascots: A comprehensive literature review

  1. Nick says:

    As a white man who is most certainly on your side (And you being half Slovakian, arguably some of the whitest people on the planet, you think you’d be a little more understanding unless you are referring strictly to white Americans) you might get more support from us despicable people if you stopped making assumptions and used even-tempered diction and syntax. Saying “Note to white people and others not familiar with this issue:” when “People who are unfamiliar with this issue:” would suffice is offensive to those like me who understand the resentment and who will read on regardless but it immediately repels those who are on the fence about the issue or those on the other side who may be trying to get an opposing view point after doubt begins to form about their current opinion. All they see is more judgement and hatred and what does that do for anyone besides you? You catch more flies with honey than vinegar, as the saying goes.

  2. Nick,
    Fair point; I’ve made the suggested edit. Thank you for reading and commenting.

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