adidas hoody Adidas offering to help change schools’ Native American mascots
CHICOPEE, Mass. (WWLP) Adidas announced a new initiative to help high schools get rid of Native American mascots.
The athletic shoe and apparel maker said they will provide free design resources and financial assistance to schools looking to get rid of Native American mascots, nicknames and imagery.
like the fact that Adidas is reaching out to local communities and trying to make a change within the community but I do not necessarily agree with the fact of changing the mascot on the ideology that it offensive to some,” said James Sabatino of Westfield. “I think as a whole a mascot doesn have a significant impact on the community. more than 2,000 schools throughout the country use Native American nicknames.
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