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A Very Strombo Christmas Special

A Very Strombo Christmas Special

Throw a log on the fire, drown yourself in eggnog and turn up this year's festive special.

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Watch The Powerful Anti-‘Redskins’ PSA That Aired During Last Night’s NBA Finals
June 11, 2014
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Last night during the game 3 of the NBA Finals, viewers in several TV markets saw a 60-second cut of the video above. "Proud To Be" runs through many of the terms that Native Americans used to describe themselves, from tribe names like "Blackfoot" and "Inuit" to descriptions like "Survivor" and "Spiritualist." The one name they don't use, according to the PSA? It's the name used by the Washington, D.C. football team: Redskins. The ad was originally produced by the National Congress of American Indians to coincide with this year's Superbowl in February, and has racked up millions of views on YouTube since then.

George brought up the question of changing the names of sports teams earlier this season when he spoke with Ron E. Scott and Steven Cree Molison from the TV show Blackstone:

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