From Chief Wahoo, former mascot for the Cleveland Indians baseball team, to the NFL's Washington Redskins, indigenous sports mascots and logos have been a controversial part of the sporting landscape for years.

Jesse Wente, a Toronto-based pop culture critic of Anishinabe descent, spoke out against that practice earlier this week after Toronto Star columnist Rosie DiManno wrote a story defending teams named after indigenous groups, or who use caricatures of aboriginal people as their mascots.

"I do think indigenous logos are racist, because they're a byproduct ultimately of colonialism," Wente told CBC Radio's Metro Morning.

Read a recap of the live discussion below. Thank you for weighing in.