The Curse of Chief Wahoo 

Are we paying the price for embracing America's last acceptable racist symbol?

"I'm here for my grandchildren — for their self-esteem," says Marjorie Villafane, a Sioux from North Dakota who has lived in Cleveland for more than 40 years and has participated in the annual Opening Day protest of Chief Wahoo for the last…

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