Civil rights organizer Clyde Bellecourt reacts to Redskins trademark ruling

Clyde Bellecourt
American Indian Movement founder Clyde Bellecourt told the Minnesota Sports Facilities Authority it should ban the use of the word Redskins in the Metrodome when the Washington football team plays the Vikings.
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A government agency has canceled the trademark registration of the name Redskins for the Washington NFL team, calling the name "disparaging to Native Americans."

Clyde Bellecourt, a White Earth Ojibwe civil rights organizer, and co-founder and director of the American Indian Movement, joins The Daily Circuit to talk about his reaction to the ruling.

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