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"Communication is the problem... too much communication..." Homer Simpson
"Communication is the problem... too much communication..." Homer Simpson

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If you're in Downtown Phoenix this Saturday for the Superbowl events.  The American Indian Social Work Student Association of Arizona State University will host a discussion panel at the Arizona State University Downtown Campus on January 31, 2015, titled Masking Stereotypes with False Honor: Race, Sports, and Violence against Indigenous Women. #falsehonor, #stereotypesnomore

Saturday, January 31, 2015
2-4pm
ASU Downtown Campus, NHI 2 Auditorium
550 N 3rd St, Phoenix, AZ 85004
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If you're in Downtown Phoenix this Saturday for the Superbowl events.  The American Indian Social Work Student Association of Arizona State University will host a discussion panel at the Arizona State University Downtown Campus on January 31, 2015, titled Masking Stereotypes with False Honor: Race, Sports, and Violence against Indigenous Women. #falsehonor, #stereotypesnomore

Saturday, January 31, 2015
2-4pm
ASU Downtown Campus, NHI 2 Auditorium
550 N 3rd St, Phoenix, AZ 85004
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HAPPY INDIGENOUS PEOPLES DAY!!! ALWAYS BE PROUD OF YOUR CULTURE & NEVER FORGET WHERE YOU CAME FROM. IT SHOULD ALWAYS BE INDIGENOUS PEOPLES DAY EVERYDAY IN YOUR HEART! LOVE & RESPECT TO INDIGENOUS PEOPLES ALL ACROSS MOTHER EARTH & NDN COUNTRY! ♥ #NativeStrong #WeAreStillHere #NativePrideAllDayEveryday #Warriors #WomenWarriors 
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Might bring some more crazy weather to Arizona.... 

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Please read the excerpt below quoted from NBA player Luol Deng.  No he's not responding to the Washington mascot issue, but the same reasons might apply...

"Every person should have the right to be treated with respect and evaluated as an individual, rather than be reduced to a stereotype. I am saddened and disappointed that this way of thinking still exists today. I am even more disturbed that it was shared so freely in a business setting.... 

However, there is comfort in knowing that there are people who aren't comfortable with it and have the courage to speak up. In the same way a generalization should not define a group of people, the attitude of a few should not define a whole organization or league."

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Please read the excerpt below quoted from NBA player Luol Deng.  No he's not responding to the Washington mascot issue, but the same reasons might apply...

"Every person should have the right to be treated with respect and evaluated as an individual, rather than be reduced to a stereotype. I am saddened and disappointed that this way of thinking still exists today. I am even more disturbed that it was shared so freely in a business setting....

However, there is comfort in knowing that there are people who aren't comfortable with it and have the courage to speak up. In the same way a generalization should not define a group of people, the attitude of a few should not define a whole organization or league."
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