The governor of Wisconsin plans to soon sign into law a bill that could ban the use of race-based school mascots or logos. The law would permit a person who is offended by a school mascot in the school district that he lives in to request a hearing overseen by the state schools superintendent. The law could affect 36 Wisconsin schools that currently have Native American-based mascots or logos. Robert Siegel talks to Dale Henry, who is principal of Mukwonago High School. The school's sports logo is an American Indian.
Wisconsin Law Targets Race-Based Mascots
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