Proud to Be: A Native American Ad That Wasn’t Aired During the 2014 Super Bowl

Posted in Uncategorized by @honestcharlie on February 9, 2014

This is getting some attention. Better than paying 4Million for a 30 second ad on NBC.


Submitted by Elaine Magliaro, Weekend Contributor

Here is one ad that never aired during this year’s Super Bowl:

The Proud to Be video was made by Change the Mascot, a national campaign that was launched by the Oneida Nation. The video was released by the National Congress of American Indians a couple of days before this year’s Super Bowl. Change the Mascot’s aim is to end the use of the term “redskins” as the mascot for Washington, D. C.’s NFL team. The campaign “calls upon the NFL and Commissioner Roger Goodell to do the right thing and bring an end the use of the racial epithet.”

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  1. Barry Wright said, on February 10, 2014 at 9:03 am

    Good one!


  2. @honestcharlie said, on February 10, 2014 at 11:28 am

    Thanks. It is strange that we would hold onto these stereotypes so passionately over the name of a football team. I think maybe the “Washington Grafters” would do as well?


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