Change Kahuku High's Racist Mascot

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Kala'i Joy
Aug 15, 2020
We need to have the same respect for american indian culture as we want them to have for us.

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Cameo Ariel Perrells
Aug 11, 2020
We need more Hawaiian representation. How we gonna have a team called raiders in Hawaii?

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shayna noelani dabis
Aug 8, 2020
Shayna Noelani Dabis-Tom

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Juanita Wright
Jul 23, 2020
There needs to be change. No one is asking anyone to go to war. How hard is it to change a mascot?

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Tiffany Kobb
Jul 23, 2020
Human beings who are still alive today should not be portrayed as mythological creatures because it creates a false reality that native americans no longer exist and denies their struggles despite those struggles being created by the same industrial colonialism that wants to use their heritage as mascots. Dehumanizing.

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Charlotte Fischer
Jul 22, 2020
We are not a mascot or costume

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Kelly Keating
Jul 22, 2020
Do the right thing!!!!

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Melissa Rosenfelt
Jul 22, 2020
We are not your mascot!

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lenora dingus
Jul 20, 2020
Stop the racism

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Dawn Bruns
Jul 19, 2020
Athletic performance at my high school soared after 2013, when my high school retired our "Redskins" mascot (we were good before that - but even better since then). We made the change after the 2001 Civil Rights advisory and 2005 American Psychological Association resolution regarding harm to Native Americans from the cultural appropriation - Our use of them as our mascot makes them feel like we (society) are dominating, subordinating, and using them as we wish - just like when they were colonized, assimilated, and oppressed. Kahuku's athletic prowess has nothing to do with the your mascot. Plus more people will buy your new t-shirts.